If we are Christians does that mean we must completely abandon entertainment?  If we love entertainment does that mean we must abandon Jesus? Some hear the word entertainment and avoid it like a flu shot.  Others pursue entertainment like a Golden Retriever pursues a tennis ball.  Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a manual... Continue Reading →


Everyday Superheroes

Action, special effects, one-liners, incompetent police, formulaic plots, vehicles and buildings getting blown up, villains, and hot guys. Sounds like a superhero movie, right?

Little Me

You know, I think my walk with Jesus is more like a wobble, or better yet, a piggyback. I'm sure you've seen a little kid who is just learning how to walk. His parent stands beside him and hold his hand while he sways, toddles, and waivers. His steps are faltering and you can sense... Continue Reading →


Why Does God Choose Us

Why does God allow us to be His emissaries when He could easily do the business himself? We sin – we are imperfect. We have a blurred idea of God at most. We don't always get His message of love across and the clearest manner. So why does God insist on using us to be... Continue Reading →


Excuse Confessions from A Tennessee Walking Horse

Growing up, my sister rode a grey Tennessee Walking Horse named, Traveler. An atypical member of his breed, Traveler had an awkward gait, was abnormally skittish, and just downright stupid. Because Traveler did not live up to his name, he was called Scooter. People used to stay of Scooter, “The lights are on in his... Continue Reading →


The Island of the Everlasting Pizza Shop

It has been many years, but I can still remember the summer my siblings and I created the imaginary Island of the Everlasting Pizza Shop. Each Saturday around 5 o'clock my siblings and I would sit at the small, blue and gray kid's table on the back patio eating pizza, and suddenly we would be... Continue Reading →


What to Read When…

Ephesians 6:10-18* always conjures up scenes from The Lord of The Rings of warriors sharpening swords, fitting armor, and saddling steeds to prepare for battle. I have come to realize the importance of daily battle preparation in my own life. Without preparation, I can get caught off my guard when unexpectedly faced with conflict, fear,... Continue Reading →


The Book Life

The life-book analogy is not a new concept. Although the life-book analogy is as worn out as a toddlers favorite blanket, bear with it just one more time because you're about to get a fresh spin on it! I've found the life-book analogy to be the best one on the market because the comparison between... Continue Reading →


Opposition and Persecution

For the longest time, I never thought too seriously about Jesus's disciples. I knew that the Twelve were Jesus's followers and close friends, but I didn't consider their personalities, ages, and levels of comprehension. That has all changed. I've come to realize that, first, each disciple had something to enhance the Kingdom of God. Take... Continue Reading →


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