Have you ever gone through something that was really hard? Perhaps you questioned God in that moment, and wondered how something like that could happen. But sometimes– oftentimes– God’s plans are bigger than we can see and comprehend. While we can’t always see it, whatever is happening now can come to good later. This is …
How important is reading the Bible? In this post, I break down 2 Timothy 3:16-17 and explain why reading the Bible is important.
“Do you know the parable of the prodigal son?” I asked my roommate. We were both attending a college program this past summer and were in our room, talking before going to bed. We had been having a conversation about different religions, and had ended up on the Christian faith. Being a Christian, I wanted …
Have you ever tried to find a Bible reading plan that suits you but you just haven't found exactly what you need? In this post I share a resource that can help you make your own Bible reading plan!
Do you have a favorite TV show you like to watch and rewatch? A social media account you follow all the time? A video game you play constantly? Today, I’d like to talk to you about a passage in the Gospel of John and how it relates to some of our favorite things to do in our free time.
I share an article I got published on another website-- read on to see where you can find it!
The third part of the Fruit of the Spirit series which is about peace. What does having peace mean? Find out in this post.
In Galatians it says one of the fruits of the Spirit is joy. Does this mean we should be happy all the time? Read this post to find out.
In the start of this new series, the Fruit of the Spirit, we begin with discussing love. Should we love in the way the world views love or the way God does? What are God's standards? Why should we care? Find out by reading this post.
Do you find the Bible hard to read and understand? Do you make it a once a day thing where you spend time reading it, check it off on your to-do list, and forget about it? In this article, I talk about why we shouldn't do that, and a couple of tips on how to change that.