This is something that I have been thinking of for some time. As a relatively new christian, I have always had somewhat of a patriotic background. All of my grandfathers were in the military, my uncle, and father are firefighters, and my father and brother are police officers, so the term hero has a lot […]Read more "Christianity and Patriotism. I Pledge Allegiance to God."
I wrote a small paper about my calling into ministry. I wanted to share a portion of the paper to my NotN community. Hope you guys enjoy. I’ve always been told that life wasn’t going to be easy for me. There have been times where I have struggled. There have been times where I have […]Read more "Sufficient Power."
Today we’re going to talk about a dude named Zacchaeus found in Luke 19:1-10. Zacchaeus was a punk. Actually Zacchaeus was a punk among punks. Did you ever have those punk kids in your neighborhood who would run around and do hood rat stuff? Well Zacchaeus was kind of like the leader of the neighborhood […]Read more "You Belong."
Today we are going to talk about sex… Well not really. Just love. But not love making. Just…uhh…Biblical love. Not Biblical love making…wait…that was weird…uhh…let’s move on. Now love is definitely something that has been formed and molded into a lust filled feeling. This type of love is especially found in my generations popular culture. […]Read more "You Are Loved."
Hey dudes! I’m back from camp! I had a pretty rad time being able to minister to age groups ranging from nine to seventeen. I’ve made a lot of incredible memories, tons of new friends, and have seen Jesus working throughout this summer. During my time away I had the opportunity to work with the Grace […]Read more "You Are Known."
“Hallelujah, to saving grace. Hallelujah, to thee. Hallelujah, for death has lost its grip on me.” – Bellarive I have always loved to be around people. I have never turned down an opportunity to spend time with people and develop relationships with them. Blame it on my love of performing arts. I have always been […]Read more "The “good” in a “goodbye”"