Why We Shouldn’t Ask “Why”

By In Faith, Lifestyle — March 24, 2015

My mind was racing as I sat in church, unable to focus.  Worship and announcements had just ended and the pastor had started his sermon.  I needed to get out, get some air.  I stood up, squeezed past my parents, and walked out the back door of the sanctuary.  I proceeded out of…


Why my Faith is a Crutch

By In Faith, Lifestyle — March 11, 2015

I kept a relaxed face as the man next to me contorted his face in anger. “But you don’t understand!” he said. “There is no possibility for a life after death!”  He was yelling.  His escalated tone wasn’t personally upsetting, but the fact we were in a library adds a bit of humor…




I am not a Christian!

By In Faith, Lifestyle — December 15, 2014

The meaning behind the word “Christian” has changed dramatically. The true meaning of the word has become corrupted and the connotations behind its utterance are that of rejection and hypocrisy.  Therefore, for me, a Christian, I no longer use the word to describe myself.  Instead, I call myself a “Follower of Christ.”  Defined in…


How to Be Content

By In Faith, Life How To's, Lifestyle — December 02, 2014

Philippians 4:11-12 “Not that I speak in regard to need, for I have learned in whatever state I am, to be content: I know how to be abased, and I know how to abound. Everywhere and in all things I have learned both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and…