We point and laugh when an athlete has an identity crisis, but we should all know how it feels.
The last month has been packed with many conversations about sin, foolishness and immaturity. To be more specific, these conversations are centered around confessing my sin, foolishness and immaturity. Sometimes when we confess our sin to our friends, we are surprised to find out that they are human (shocking, I tell you). They don’t always have the […]
It’s been a while, yeah? RECAP TIME. In the months since I last posted to my blog, I have managed to; -Make some new friends -Accidentally light my kitchen stovetop on fire -Cut all my hair off with the assistance of Youtube tutorials -Pretended to be a hostage and get “rescued” by a SWAT team […]
I have a Pastor and a friend named Rob. The longer I serve at Karis, the more I understand why Rob is the Executive Pastor. This guy has the ability to notice details like no one else, and understands the long-term implications of the seemingly insignificant. With that in mind, it’s unsurprising that he speaks often […]
We can argue about Christian media consumption in some other blog post. In this one, I’m just gonna say it; I love the television show “The Walking Dead”. Love it. My Google calendar had the season premiere marked for last Sunday. I even had a timer set on my phone to keep me from missing […]
Pinterest; great for organizational tips. Not-so-great for theology lessons.
I am way too emotional. It’s not always a bad thing, but it definitely is right now. It’s been one of those weeks where virtually nothing has gone the way I planned, everything is upsetting me and nothing anyone says makes me feel better. Little by little, I’ve begun feeling locked up inside of […]
Yesterday afternoon I was really unkind to Wil. To drop the sugar-coating for a minute, I was hateful for no apparent reason other than that I felt like it. It’s pretty embarrassing in retrospect. I quickly apologized and he forgave me, but it prompted a good conversation between the two of us about how […]
This is my daughter, Katherine (or Rin as we call her.) Katherine was born with several disabilities and special medical needs. She will be turning three in less than a month, and she still cannot stand, speak or walk. While she has some vision, she is considered legally blind and her vision cannot be corrected with […]
The title implies that there is fun to be had after Thanksgiving meals. There is not. Its Monday, nearly five days after Thanksgiving. This is what my kitchen looks like right now.