I know some of my readers (translation: my family) would like to see posts more often. While I would love to post everyday, as a full time writer sometimes writing is the last thing I want to do at the end of the day. That being said, sometimes I get the opportunity to write about […]Read more "Writing the Gospel"
It began in the beginning, as so many things do. Adam and Eve heard God walking in the garden. They had just eaten fruit from the forbidden tree, so they hid. Adam’s explanation: “I heard You in the garden and I was afraid because I was naked, so I hid.” When Moses realized it was […]Read more "Playing Hide-and-Seek with God"
I know. I know. It’s Spring Break. You either: A. Don’t want to think about the math homework you’re putting off. B. Have finished school and would rather not look at another math problem again. C. Want to know the rest of the equation in the picture because you think you can solve it. There’s […]Read more "How the Gospel Applies to Math"
Running late with today’s post. My apologies. Mom called this morning to make sure I was alive. Guess that means I’ve set a precedent for the posts going live early every morning. We now return you to your regularly scheduled program… Meetings are a necessary boredom that must be endured for the sake of communication, […]Read more "Committee Meetings and the Gospel"
I actually wanted the title of this post to be “How the gospel applies to that person you want to call every name in the book but don’t because Jesus loves them although you can’t for the life of you figure out why…” but that’s a little too long. We all have those people in […]Read more "How the Gospel Applies to *That* Person"
When I’m tired, His strength is perfect. He neither slumbers nor sleeps. When my faith is gone, He remains faithful. It is Who He is. When I don’t understand, He says, “Trust me.” When I’m lost, He says, “This is the way.” When I’m hungry, He is the Bread of Life. When I’m in despair, […]Read more "How the Gospel Applies to My Emotions"
When my mom turned 40, I decorated the house in black crepe paper and posted homemade signs to remind her how long she’d lived. When my pastor turned 40, I led a group of youth in toilet papering his front and back yards and soaping the driveway. (Note: soaping a driveway leaves a permanent stain […]Read more "How the gospel applies to turning 40"