The Church Divided

Today, there is a trend of believers, young and old, male and female questioning and even leaving the church. "I love Jesus, but I hate the church." They are sold on Jesus but hurt by the people who proclaim His name every Sunday. I know because I was one of them. I didn't necessarily remove … Continue reading The Church Divided

The other side of service.

Arguably, Chick-fil-A has the best fast food service, period. We have never been so excited to be served chicken in a bag through a drive-thru window without getting out of our vehicle. It's never tasted so good to be served. Yet, we currently live in a culture where, outside of shopping, we are apt to try … Continue reading The other side of service.


Have you ever noticed how often the bad guy ties the good guy up and hangs him upside down? I don't know if this is a well-researched tactic by them, but it seems to rarely work. And honestly, most good guys have some serious ability to not pass out. Being upside down isn't normal, or … Continue reading Downside-Up

Humble Confidence

Confidence is something I've always struggled with growing up. (I'm writing this in the context that I never really grew up.) I also know confidence is a struggle for many other people taking part in this thing scholars, philosophers, a mothers call life. Some people don't struggle with confidence. They walk, talk, eat, and sleep … Continue reading Humble Confidence

Define Me

Ever since I was little, I have always taken school very seriously. I study for tests, take every chance to get extra credit, and make sure my grades are never below average. Ultimately, I’ve been a pretty good student my whole life. I never had to worry much in elementary and middle school about keeping … Continue reading Define Me