August 6, 2022

With National Friendship Day coming up, we have ample reason to reflect on the Bible's lessons on what makes both good and bad friends. Read more

August 5, 2022

Addressing the issue of whether or not slavery is condoned in the Bible is a hot (and at times, nasty) debate. Some verses seem to outright condone it. Read more

July 28, 2022

Galadriel giving Frodo the Light of Eärendil serves as a beautiful analogy for giving others hope in the battle against depression. Read more

July 24, 2022

This past week has been a wonky time for me of learning what to avoid in the pursuit of my goals and that punishing myself into success simply won't work. Read more

July 20, 2022

The world learning about the horrific story of a 10-year-old from Ohio forces us all to discuss a real nightmare when abortion isn't allowed. Read more

July 12, 2022

I’m grateful for the family time and peace I enjoyed at Hilton Head Island last week. Everything was beautiful, I was able to spend time with everyone (especially my grandparents), and we made some tender memories. The beach at HHI gave me fantastic photography opportunities and a whole lot of inspiration. Beach Beauty Last week gave me time to reflect on where I am in life right now and where I’m heading. Lately, my love of photography has been shining... Read more

July 6, 2022

Psalm 119:50 reminds us that hope can always be found even in the midst of painful suffering. No matter what, God shows us that the future has hope. Read more

June 29, 2022


The story of Absalom avenging his sister Tamar in 2 Samuel reminds us that when those in power refuse to pursue justice, vigilante justice can rise instead. Read more

June 24, 2022


There are a number of issues with Roe v. Wade getting overturned, and women deserve to be heard as we deal with the aftermath of this ruling. Read more

June 22, 2022


Studying the topic of Catholic indulgences as a Protestant is a bizarre experience. Indulgences began with good intentions, but were corrupted at times. Read more


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