One day my I was having a conversation about immigration and the current refugee crisis focusing on how the rhetoric from Donald Trump was exacerbating the situation. Some of us shared our heart and the pain we were feeling for those who were in the middle of it all, being used as political leverage. One … Continue reading Privilege as a Veil.
I was once part part of a military based leadership program that focused on helping young people see their full potential while emphasizing a drug free lifestyle. I do not have any terrible things to say about the program because it served as a key component in helping me become the person I am today; … Continue reading God and Country
It is easy to look out your window after a warm evening under the covers to see a nice white blanket of snow. You might even smile a little because it gives you an opportunity to wear those oh-so-cute gloves you bought recently. But this all happened while you were asleep, in your home with … Continue reading It’s Cold.
There has been a time when you have questioned the core of what you believe. You laid in bed afraid of the consequences of sharing it or even found yourself lying with your hands raised in singing and proclaiming the very newly questioned belief. You might question the virgin birth, the resurrection, the miracles of … Continue reading Belief Struggles.
There is a character in the New Testament many of us know about: Judas Iscariot. Judas plays a key role in the story of Jesus the Messiah, for he is the one who reveals the location of Jesus to the Chief Priests. This started the process of Jesus being found guilty of heresy, ultimately leading … Continue reading Judas: Our Responsibility