Ever since I can remember, I was told by people around me that “True Love Waits”– meaning, if I love my future spouse, I will wait for them physically for marriage. This long held phrase has been taught by countless youth groups, small group leaders, and Pastors. Overall the idea that waiting until marriage to … 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.
Evangelical: One who bases their beliefs and teachings on the Gospel of Jesus Christ as found in God’s inerrant Word. Jen Hatmaker is an author, speaker and blogger who has made her way into evangelical circles over the past decade. She recently came out in support of homosexuality, claiming that not only is it acceptable … More The Problem With Jen Hatmaker
Stacy Hanna, what are you thinking?! How could you possibly deprive your child from the classic childhood experience of Santa Clause–It goes hand-in-hand with being a kid. Kids need to experience magic, make believe and wonder. I understand this can come as a shock. I know so many people who look back on their childhood … More Karaline, There is no Santa Claus
“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?”
People have many opinions regarding what maturity is and isn’t. “He is so immature.” “I can’t believe she’s acting that way; how immature.” “My kid is extremely mature for their age.” “I’ve been told I’m mature for my age.” There are so many different opinions of maturity. Some define it in regards to emotions, some … More Biblical Maturity
I grew up traveling the world…literally. My first overseas experience was at the age of 12 in India. Over the next few years, my family visited Ireland, Malaysia, Mexico, England and the United Arab Emirates, all before I graduated high school, and I’ve visited other Countries since then. While visiting these places, my parents intentionally … More Is Disagreement Hatred?