Tag Archives: Christian

Love More

LOVE MORE; “get better at it.” And he then goes forward with how the Thessalonians can get better at loving one another: live in a way that commands respect from outsiders. Continue reading

Posted in Christian Journey | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Zero to Hero Culture

White privilege has negative psychological consequences for Caucasian people by virtue of their collusion, intentional and conscious or not, in subordinating diverse others (472).” While these perspectives are empirically correct, I feel that they could be biased in certain ways. I am unsure of how they could be biased, but every person have biases that are unchecked and is rather difficult to keep them balanced when doing article publications, which thus can cause controversy and conflict between groups of people in society—primarily, blacks and whites. Continue reading

Posted in Personal | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Jesus & The Red Carpet

Jesus wants our salvation to be something worth getting out on a red carpet and celebrating in. Too many of Christians decide that salvation is solely their own and make it something that is boring and not worth investing in lives of others; however, Jesus taught us that we should celebrate when the Gospel is received into the hearts of the unbelievers and then I also think, that Jesus wants to celebrate and party daily! Continue reading

Posted in Christian Journey | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Jesus Knows…

It’s been a rough week for our country. It has been a rough week for me as I continue to ponder and listen to where I need to be in life right now. It’s rough hearing a lot of things … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Journey | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Vocation:Purpose

Parker J. Palmer (2000) states, “Vocation does not come from willfulness. It comes from listening. I must listen to my life and try to understand what it is truly about-quite apart from what I would like it to be about- … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Development | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Last Words

All of our “lasts” with the loved ones who pass, matter, but don’t let them be how you remember the character, interactions, and delicate, amazing memories of the deceased. Instead, look at the proof of their love for you. That’s what I am doing now, even a week after my Grandpa’s last breath on this Earth. Continue reading

Posted in Personal | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments