12 Irrefutable Reasons to Praise God This Thanksgiving (Part 2)

Yesterday I began a two part holiday “special” centering on Psalms 118 and 145. (If you haven’t read it yet, you can find the post here) Reading these Psalms reminded me that on a holiday like Thanksgiving, there is no greater gift that we could be thankful for then God Himself. If we woke up … Continue reading 12 Irrefutable Reasons to Praise God This Thanksgiving (Part 2)

12 Irrefutable Reasons to Praise God This Thanksgiving (Part 1)

In preparation for Thanksgiving, I’ve been looking up words such as thanks and thank, in my bible to see what I could learn from the contexts in which they are used. During my search, I came across two Psalms that I would have never associated with this holiday if it had not been for the … Continue reading 12 Irrefutable Reasons to Praise God This Thanksgiving (Part 1)

I Tried to Fight Sin Without Scripture

At the time I’m writing this, it’s been a rough past few days. I’ve been battling some sinful thoughts and, for the most part, have been failing to win. It started out as just one little thought that briefly flickered across my brain. By the end of the week, it was a full on deluge … Continue reading I Tried to Fight Sin Without Scripture

An Open Letter to the Chronically Ill Christian

Dear Friend,  I’ve had chronic illness since I was born. I don’t know you, but I wanted to write this because I know that you, like me, can feel desperately alone. It’s the kind of loneliness that twists in your gut even when you are surrounded by people. It’s the kind of loneliness I felt … Continue reading An Open Letter to the Chronically Ill Christian

Your High School Years Aren’t As Important As You Think

Being a highschooler comes with a lot of pressure. It’s the invisible kind. The kind of pressure that doesn’t explicitly show itself, but it’s implied. It comes from phrases like: “You have to get your grade up for your transcript or else…” or, “If you don’t do good on your SAT you won’t be able … Continue reading Your High School Years Aren’t As Important As You Think