I’m one of those people who regularly struggle with the basics. Whether it’s faith foundations or life skills, I feel as if the things about the human condition that come so easily to people are a foreign language to me—and I don’t always comprendo. That said, one truth is finally making a lot of sense […] via A Faith in Recovery | Minute by Minute — … Continue reading A Faith in Recovery | Minute by Minute — Ex-Narnian
Can you truly admit to others, believers or non-believers, that you are sometimes weak? Can you truly be real with yourself and others? https://www.desiringgod.org/interviews/four-reasons-to-share-your-personal-struggles-with-non-christians Continue reading I’m His Child, But I’m Also Human
If there is anything I have learned throughout my time with the Lord, it is the confusion that men will place upon the teaching in context of His Word to the unlearned. Holy Spirit sometimes speaks something completely different than those who speak within the pulpit. Many times I wonder if the preacher is only there for the paycheck? Are the people there for the … Continue reading Do We Truly Know?
I woke very early this morning. It usually happens following a day of heavy physical labor. Yesterday was very demanding. Although I slept very well, I was up today around 2 A.M. The beginning of this day started out with some reading. I ran across an article about the false teachers within His Church, and how the antichrist is already here in the form of … Continue reading What Happened To Our Relationship?
I vividly remember when my mother would comfort me as a kid when I would see people in wheelchairs. To see someone being wheeled around while everyone else was walking definitely pulled at my young heartstrings. It is a reminder of my early compassion for people. I sit this morning and think about just how that compassion for others has gone through its many transformations … Continue reading My Resonating Resistance
There are times when I wonder just what others really think about faith? How they define it. How they comprehend it. How they understand it. This is my personal testimony about how I have recently grown in my faith. A little over seven years ago, my wife and I had first met. I was a thirty-something who had never been married. She was a mother … Continue reading I’m Powerless Without Faith