The steam rises silently from her purple tea. “What am I doing here?” She asks herself this question over and over again until her head begins to ache.… Read more “Deep Sorrow”
Learning is adding to and adjusting our current understanding.
I am not fond of talking about myself excessively in my blogs, so I figured I would simply make one long blog about who writes these posts that you… Read more “A little bit about myself…”
An open mind is often too porous to hold a conviction.
“We need to get on our faces before God and ask Him to show us our sin. Where there is sin, we need to repent. Where there… Read more “Chapter Three, The Personal: On Hurt and Heresy”
“What Merchant fails to realize is that the gospel is, by nature, offensive. It suggests that we are in fact sinners in need of salvation. Jesus tells… Read more “Chapter Two, Turn the Page: Getting off the Road and Getting Back to Church”
Studying Scripture is definitely one of my favorite things to do. It’s so life-giving, and I can feel a tug of hope and eternity on my heart.
“What makes the church unique is its commitment, above all else, to knowing and making known Christ and Him crucified” (DeYoung 45). I greatly enjoyed many things… Read more “Chapter One, “The Missiological: Jesus Among the Chicken Littles””
“We travel for romance, we travel for architecture, and we travel to be lost.” —Ray Bradbury