If you create content, whether you're a journalist, educator, pastor, writer, etc., than you know that coming up with original content can be difficult. Writer's block is a common obstacle, especially when there are deadlines, and copying someone else's material from a website is way too easy in the dry times.I started teaching as a... Continue Reading →
What I mean by "finding your truth" is not of a doctrinal nature, but simply uncovering your conviction as a communicator.
I've got to give a shout out to Marquis Jeffries at Overcoming the Times for nominating me for a mystery Blogger Award - thank you Marquis! Be sure to check him out. His writing is concise, full of wisdom, and most of all, Christian. My favorite post from Marquis is Walking in the Spirit. MYSTERY BLOGGER... Continue Reading →
Philippians 3:7-11 (Amplified Bible) But whatever former things were gains to me [as I thought then], these things [once regarded as advancements in merit] I have come to consider as loss [absolutely worthless] for the sake of Christ [and the purpose which He has given my life]. But more than that, I count everything as... Continue Reading →
When most think or talk about Jesus, the cross is always central. It is the horrifying gruesome reality that Jesus is known for, but that was only ONE example of His extreme obedience. The cross became the satisfactory payment for humanity's sin debt owed to God, but his whole life was the cross. Jesus' life,... Continue Reading →
Will has a wish. He has many wishes in fact, but none intact – a string of ideas with no kite. Will is wishy-washy. One wish wipes away the last in an unfortunate misuse of memory. Will has wishes, but no will. If men live up to their names, than Will should have been named Wish.... Continue Reading →
There is a difference in claiming belief in the cross of Christ and following Christ. If you follow him he will inevitably bring you back to another cross. It is not the cross but it is indeed a cross. This cross is a rite of passage for the Christian and also a marking on the... Continue Reading →
I'm excited to share my blog tonight with a friend and brother Josh Reed. He is a gifted man with a love for his beautiful family, a knack for the outdoors, and a great beard – Enjoy! Paul Harvey is arguably one of the greatest American storytellers. He had a way of telling a story... Continue Reading →