A few weeks ago, I wrote about the Easter story, Christ’s rise from death. Today’s passage talks about but that same day, but with time comes another understanding of these events. This week, the company I have worked at for four years announced they will be closing our offices. Last summer I started graduate school knowing… Continue reading Open Tomb and Open Doors
As I have been discussing for weeks now, I recently completed my dissertation and successfully defended. The hard part and most time consuming was writing and remaining focused during the process but now that I am finished the question has become, what about jobs? I’ve looked and seen different jobs that have been interesting but… Continue reading God’s will or your own
Today is Good Friday – the day that Christ condemned to death, is crucified, and buried by his faithful. It is a heartbreaking and solemn day, except for this one thing: he rises again. Christ knew there would be earthly pain, he knew there would be earthly death… and he knew he would return. If… Continue reading Salvation and the Seeds of Faith
Are you eager today. Take a moment, take a breath, and pray.
A few weeks ago a sweet friend to the blog (and co-founder of Fierce Faithful Fabulous out of Oklahoma City), shared some of her dating woes with her online friends. Ceanti’ has entered her 30’s single, and has been called to chastity until marriage (and maybe one day we’ll convince her to write about it here).… Continue reading Conviction not Condemnation
Let’s get straight it. I’ve read Luke 2:41-52 41 Now his parents went to Jerusalem every year at the feast of the passover. 42 And when he was twelve years old, they went up to Jerusalem after the custom of the feast. 43 And when they had fulfilled the days, as they returned, the child Jesus tarried behind… Continue reading Parenting