I originally intended this to be published, but it seems it may get cut now… so I’ll post it here instead, ’cause I’m pleased with it. One of the most fascinating factors of the scriptures are the innumerable connections between the Old and New Testament; such countless parallels which lead us to absolute assurance that [...]
Archive for October, 2009
We do not fight alone.
Posted in Uncategorized on October.27.2009 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Lesson's Learned on October.26.2009 | 1 Comment »
I have a major concern with how black and white the Church tries to make every issue. I’m not particularly discussing sin issues (though in some situations I think the same applies) but I mean more-so on our views on Christian living. We want to either be fully committed to street evangelism, or be wholly [...]
Posted in Lesson's Learned, Uncategorized, tagged church, generation, God, mentor on October.24.2009 | Leave a Comment »
Tonight, I heard a friend of mine talking about a dream of his. This friend, Dale, was sharing his vision of a multi-generational church. A place where children, teens, 20-somethings, and old folks all got together to share in worshiping God. However, he said the more he thought about it, the more it dawned on [...]
Posted in Uncategorized on October.23.2009 | 1 Comment »
What do you do when you’re severely struggling from a massive case of writers block? Dun dun duuuun….
Just as Deep.
Posted in Child-Like on October.14.2009 | 1 Comment »
I think, as you’re growing up, your emotions are just as deep as they are when you’re an adult. Your ability to feel lonely, longing, confused, or angry are just as deep. We don’t feel things more as we get older. We just have a better understanding of how to navigate those feelings, and a [...]
Go ‘head, girl. Go ‘head, get down.
Posted in Biblical Feminism, Lesson's Learned, Scripture, tagged bible, egalitarianism, feminism on October.13.2009 | 4 Comments »
One of my biggest frustrations with the church has always been the oppression of women within the body. In fact, before my life with Christ, I hated Christianity. HATED. There were plenty of reasons I had ill-feelings towards the church, one of the big reasons being the maltreatment of women. What I’ve learned since I’ve [...]
Posted in Lesson's Learned, Prayer & Healing, tagged Jesus, momentum, strategy, the church on October.9.2009 | 2 Comments »
In my brainstorm at work, a conversation on the way Jesus uses (or rather, does not use) momentum, got me thinking. For instance, when Jesus begins his ministry, as John is baptizing him, the Spirit descends on him like a dove and the voice of God becomes audible to everyone around him. This was probably [...]
Posted in Going Green, Sweatshop Labor, tagged eco-friendly, environment, fair trade, green, natural, organic on October.7.2009 | 3 Comments »
In an effort to try to be world-friendly, I’ve been trying to search out more organic products that can replace the non-organic products I use. Here are some awesome items I’ve found so far. 1. Dr. Bronner’s. This company is too legit to quit. They make all sorts of products; including liquid soap, bar soap, [...]