Noah was 500 years old, and he fathered Shem, Ham, and Japheth ~ Genesis 5:55 How many times have a read this verse? How many times have I glanced over the genealogical line of Seth laid out in Genesis 5 and not paid attention? How many times have I glossed over the importance of those… Continue reading noah
The world is loud. It pulls at you and demands much of you. The message it screams is inconsistent and in it you will find no hope. For Christians, particularly those my age, we cannot be content to allow the world to be the loudest voice in our life. We cannot be satisfied to sit… Continue reading Dig Deep.
C.S.Lewis's Mere Christianity is considered a classic of Christian apologetics. Any young Christian seeking to understand the difficult, and often frightening, world of apologetics is almost guaranteed to have Lewis's work thrust upon them. In fact, very few Christians can honestly say that Mere Christianity has not been recommended to them at point. This is because Mere Christianity, like most of… Continue reading Review: “Near Christianity: How Journeys Along Jewish-Christian Borders Saved My Faith in God” by Anthony Le Donne
I have always been an anxious soul. It seems to be in my nature and for a long time I thought that it would have to be something I lived with. I thought that I would have to get used to because that is how I have been created. I am anxious; therefore, I must… Continue reading Jesus and Anxiety
One of my goals for this year has been to become consistent in my quiet time with the Lord. Part of my problem recently is that I have not been using a daily devotional guide. There's just something about having a daily guide that helps me with consistency. I've used several over the years and… Continue reading A Short Sampling of Devotional Guides