The hard part about this argument is the fact that we instantly go to the idea of "illegal immigration", when the conversation should be pointed toward the seeking of asylum.
I have heard people in leadership circles mention this phrase, "Start with the why!" Implying, before you begin anything new, ask yourself, "Why are we doing this?" This is definitely a fair question to ask, in fact, it's a valuable question to reflect on and wrestle with as you go forward in your life. So, … Continue reading Answering the Why
I have been silent on writing my blog for a bit. My wife and I are expecting our third child any day now! So, I am taking some time off from writing my blog to be ready, and awake, when she goes into labor. I normally do my blog writing 10pm-12am so, I need sleep … Continue reading Taking a Break…for a few weeks
we will share posts on social media addressing the issue, we will complain to our friends via text, but we feel like the pulpit should refrain from being a place money, politics, or racism should be addressed.
I enjoy sharing good things with people and hearing about good things from others
The disciples were expected to ask questions and step into the lives of the least and lost, on purpose!
Walking in faith requires a sense of trust in what has been promised, but a conviction to push forward when we don't see what's coming.
If your spiritual health is weak, then you cannot expect your relationship with God to be strong.
If we claim to be a follower of Christ, there is very clear direction on how we should respond and recognize our enemies.
Hope is found today because Christ’s selfless act was given to redeem the SELFISH acts of creation.
Hope is given even when we yelled crucify and we decided He should die…for nothing.