My thoughts on what lies beyond and after a storm’s impact on our lives.
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Like its 4 letter word cousin “Love”, “Hope” is easily misunderstood. I acknowledge that it’s impossible to break down such an important subject in a few short paragraphs. However, the idea of hope includes characteristics we don’t often discuss. We
Listen To The Audio Version Connect On Facebook Powered by the Simple Social Press I pray this speaks where words fail. Please forgive the mistakes. I just needed to let this be heard exactly how I felt / feel it.
Is a person experiencing a crisis of faith actually only experiencing a crisis of culture? As a child, I loved Discover Magazine. Before I discuss what made Discover so enticing to me, I must first acknowledge that many people
Listen To The Audio Version Connect On Facebook Powered by the Simple Social Press I can’t say I followed Linkin Park closely since their debut. But I loved the passion and energy they brought to a genre that isn’t always
Listen To The Audio Version Connect On Facebook Powered by the Simple Social Press I’m always entranced by my dear friend Lavie’s vocal ability. We’ve performed together hundreds of times, and she’s never failed to pick just the right note
On Independence Day, I don’t celebrate what’s wrong. I celebrate that I have the freedom to right wrongs. “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free.” – Galatians 5:1 There’s an inherent disconnect when we discuss Independence Day.
It’s scary to jump into new things. For months, I’ve been exploring the site Medium, a forum where content creators and writers can share articles, which are then curated and sent to subscribers. I’ve found some interesting content there, and
I know. It’s supposed to be a celebration. And it’s supposed to look something like this.