Tag Archives: Christianity
Don’t get me wrong. It’s not as rough as it is in Muslim countries. I can declare my faith openly here without fear of being killed, tortured, losing property or being imprisoned. Being a Christian doesn’t mean that I’ll lose … Continue reading
I’ve been going through a very odd time lately…kind of a Jonah meets Job meets David kinda time. I’m reading Infidel right now. I just arrived at the point where the author has concluded that she’s an athiest. Reading the … Continue reading
I love that there are seasons in life. Living in the Northeast, I am all too familiar with seasons…and the co-mingling of seasons. Right now, it is technically spring, but we’ve had a bit of a cold snap. In two … Continue reading
Every morning, I get an email with a scripture. Today it was 1 Chronicles 4:9-10. I remember when the book The Prayer of Jabez was first released. It was revolutionary in its simplicity. Based on a scripture that so many people, … Continue reading
I’m sitting here in my pj’s on a Sunday morning just like any other Sunday morning. But there’s something different. I don’t want to be relaxing today. I want to be doing. I want to be a part of something … Continue reading
I’m breaking my silence. Shocking, I know. Today my heart was broken. Once again. I don’t understand church folks. I just don’t. Is it that church folk don’t understand that they are broken? Do they think that because they are … Continue reading
I saw this on Tim Kurek’s blog. I couldn’t not post it.