Monthly Archives: April 2018

When the Church Misses Out on Showing Mercy and Grace

Recently, a conversation was taking place where the discussion turned to the subject of the fathers/heroes of faith and the struggles that many of them faced during their lives. These “heroes” and “fathers” of faith weren’t the same ones we read about in the Bible in the Old Testament that did not have the benefit of […]

Jesus Feminist: An Invitation to Revisit the Bible’s View of Women [Book Review]

Lately, a great amount of attention has been given to feminism and the movement. For me, I can attest to having had my issues with what I’ve seen it become and how it has evolved over the years. Recent messages titled Jesus: The Founder of the Women’s Liberation Movement, by Kris Vallotton as well as conversations […]

Leadership Pain: The Classroom for Growth [Review]

Throughout my life, I’ve been very familiar with pain. As someone who has lived with sickle cell anemia, I know all too well the trauma that comes with physical, mental, and emotional pain. There are times when you try to ignore it, and times when you know you cannot, because the pains are so great. […]

A Message to Cheerleaders of the World

Something that I am a firm believer of is that the world needs cheerleaders. I actually can’t imagine what life would be like without them. This is not to say that I idolize them in any sense of the word. I honestly appreciate them and what they “bring to the table”. While I may not […]

You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church and Rethinking Faith [Review]

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may recall last year I reviewed a book by David Kinnaman titled Un-Christian, which was co-authored with Gabe Lyons. In that book they delved into the realm of exploring why “un-Christians” or “outsiders” as they were also called, did not go to church or were turned […]

The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place [Review]

It seems that the older I get, the more I find technology is becoming a dominant part of my life. I’m surrounded by people who are plugged into their iPhones, iPads and iWatch. Ever few days you hear about someone who had an accident or walked into a wall or some other obstruction because their head […]

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