Staring Selfishness in the Face

It’s easy to be selfish.  It’s human nature to only think about what we want when we want it, and how to get what we want… Or how we feel about what we want, or what we think we deserve.  We are born into this world believing that the world revolves around me, myself, and I.  Our automaticContinue reading “Staring Selfishness in the Face”

Needing a Hero

Sometimes, life doesn’t go as planned. Whether it be with our careers, our families, unforeseeable tragedies… or a global pandemic continuing to steal people’s lives and create chaos. We can’t see the future, but with a plan… life sometimes feels a bit more in control. Until it spirals out of control. What then? What doContinue reading “Needing a Hero”

Going for Gold

I love watching the Olympics. 206 nations come together in a series of games to compete for the bronze, silver, and gold while trying to set some world records. There’s nothing quite like it.  I suppose, a few millennia ago, the only thing that would cause such a convergence of countries would be plagues, violence,Continue reading “Going for Gold”

If God is Good

If God is good, why is there suffering and pain in the world? Not to intentionally nose-dive deep into theological philosophies, but I believe there’s a balance between God’s sovereignty and the free will he has given to mankind.  Does God give mankind the freedom to choose their eternal destinies? Yes.  But at the sameContinue reading “If God is Good”

To a Politically-Torn World

In the past year, it seems like the world has become more polarized with itself. Even within families, differences have spread into insurmountable gaps that seem impossible to cross. Whether it’s discourse over the COVID-vaccine, the 2020 political election, the attack of the Capital, racial justice, climate change, or any other number of “hot topics”, it seemsContinue reading “To a Politically-Torn World”