I have had people tell me it is okay to get angry with God-that it is even okay to cuss God out: “He knows what you feel anyways”, and “He’s your friend; be honest with Him; it’s what He wants.” Come as you are, right? Is that right? Is it okay for me to get angry … More Is Anger with God Sin?- What does the Bible have to say?
As I sat in church this morning, tears uncharacteristically streamed down my cheeks as I worshiped the Lord. The last few days of watching social media’s hyper-focus on abortion and “pro-choice” have infuriated me and ripped my heart to shreds. Today I was able to enter into the presence of the One in whose truth … More The Sanctity of Life
Ever since I can remember, I was told by people around me that “True Love Waits,” meaning, if I truly love my future spouse, I will wait for them physically for marriage. This long held catch phrase has been taught by countless youth groups, small group leaders, mentors and overall, I think it is so … More Not Even a Hint
I recently had a friend come to me and ask if she could use my blog as a means to share her story, anonymously for now. Here is her powerful, heartfelt story and plea… I was trying to come up with an appealing, cute name for this blog, but the truth is, there’s no appealing, … More To the Mother, Daughter, or Sister Struggling with Pornography.
Jen Hatmaker is an author, speaker and blogger who has made her way into evangelical circles. She recently came out in support of homosexuality, claiming that not only is it acceptable to the Lord, but that homosexual relationships can be holy. Young moms and wives in particular have been eating up her books and … More The Problem With Jen Hatmaker
“Judge Not.” You’ve heard it used for countless different reasons, situations and by all kinds of people; both those in the religious community to those who have absolutely no religious affiliation whatsoever. With this being such a blanket statement, I began to ask myself a few years ago, is it truly a Biblical principle? Are we, … More “Judge Not?”
As much as I love being a millennial, millennials have a couple of things very wrong. I believe that the most pressing issue is the belief that disagreement is to be equated with hatred. Hating, or more specifically hate speech is when you go on a verbal jihad against someone and are degrading, dehumanizing or … More Is Disagreement Hatred?