My mom knew that my dad was a pervert with a violent temper who never apologized for anything. She thought that if she submitted to him and was a good … Continue reading 2 Lies that Enable Abuse in the Church
Nothing scares me anymore; There is no shame, There is no guilt. You walked with me through the Valley of the Shadow of Death; Of what should I be afraid? Who … Continue reading Epic 1: Nothing Scares Me Anymore
Dear Apsinthos, You have plagued me long enough. Your bitter lies are like a cancer in my mind, like a poison to my soul, and I am done with you. … Continue reading An Open Letter from a Housewife to a Demon
Some of the most pain-riddled people you will ever encounter will call themselves atheists. While some atheists are calmly secure in their unbelief, others lash out at Christians with vehemence. … Continue reading Reactionary Atheism: When Evil Is Bigger Than God
As I read through the Pslams with the girls, I am often struck by how relevant they are to our modern political and cultural plight. This of course should not … Continue reading What A 3,000 Year Old Poem Has To Say About Trump, Clinton, & Modern Politics
In a recent article on Elite Daily, writer Miranda Athanasiou listed five “optimistic thoughts” that will supposedly change your perspective on life and turn you into a happier person. There’s just … Continue reading Response: 5 Optimistic Thoughts That Will Change Your Perspective On Life
I’ve been doing a lot of contemplating about my “ministry” today. That word sounds so stuffy and prideful when applied to me. I’m not a minister and I’m not a … Continue reading Sola Gratia: Don’t Blame My Sin On Jesus
The news out of Orlando this week has been both terrifying and heartbreaking. In addition to the Pulse nightclub massacre, Christian singer Christina Grimmie was shot while signing autographs after … Continue reading A Christian Response To The Orlando Massacre & Christina Grimmie Shooting
by Kevin DeYoung P.G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) is hands down one of the best writers in the English language, ever. He isn’t profound. He isn’t penetrating. His books may not be … Continue reading P.G. Wodehouse, Bertie Wooster, & God
When dealing with difficult people, I’ve often been advised to “Love them like Jesus would.” But, if we’re really going to be honest about who Jesus is, that’s humanly impossible.
Before Christ was born, Satan killed millions of children in hopes of thwarting Eve’s promised Messiah. Now, after Christ, our children feel the wrath of a sore loser.
The following is a letter written by Nazi Concentration Camp survivor, Corrie Ten Boom. Corrie and her family were imprisoned for trying to help Jews. After escaping, she went on … Continue reading Thoughts on Tribulation & The Rapture, by Holocaust Survivor Corrie Ten Boom, 1974