We place our focal point of prayer widely on the external avenues of our life and seldom on the internal avenues of our hearts. We've accustomized ourselves to a watered-down version of prayer that seeks promotions and safe travel instead of softened hearts and humility. Why? It simply comes down to our capacity of awareness.… Continue reading believers don’t know how to pray
Gossip is a short cut. We've all been there. Men and women alike. We've all sat around at the dinner table and laughed at his stupidity. We've all waited for her to walk out of ear shot so we could bash her outfit. And you know what? We're good people. We're Christians, we go to… Continue reading a shortcut to intimacy
Maybe this is a stretch, to personify my coffee and the raindrops that penetrated it, but there was some perpetuating idea about the raindrops in my coffee that I just couldn’t set aside.
The orangey-pink of the morning sky reflected off the lake's glassy water. I couldn’t help but stare in total awe at the beauty of the creation of the creator who painted it.
Humbly using concepts in both faith and science to see the glory of the one who created both.
Often times in our culture, especially for my college-aged counterparts, our frustrational sins are overlooked because they are so prevalent. However, like the majority of ideals in modern culture, these thoughts are misguided.
It is possible to stand without bearing the weight of the sin that inhibits you from your fullest capacity in Christ.
Too often we get caught in contention with frustrations that don't reflect Christ. What are the roots of these and how do we overcome them?