Fallout: What does the Wasteland of Fallout have to tell us about following Christ? AdvertisementsRead more "Christian and Gamer? (Fallout)"
Here’s the problem with a lot of young adult ministries I’m noticing; they are teaching a weak theology. Great way to start off a blog right; just jumping right into the topic of the article? Well I’m sorry if you find that to be too harsh, but let’s face it, there’s nothing really to build […]Read more "Building Up The Future Generation: What IS The Problem?"
(Fallout 3 Promo Image. Provided by Google Images) For those who don’t know, Fallout is a RPG (role-playing game) where the player steps into the shoes of a character that has lived in a underground bunker for his/her’s entire life, and is set on a […]Read more "Gamer and Christian? (Fallout)"
It’s been a while since I last wrote a blog. For a while, as the months went by, I have seen the Lord work a lot in my own personal life and the world around me. I’ve seen the Lord transform my willingness to continue studying, seen a massive desire to serve and lead by […]Read more "A New Chapter of Hope"
So, it’s been a while since I wrote a blog, and I have yet to write the blog on a controversial topic that I think that still needs to be talked about. However, I believe this topic is just as controversial because the topic is simply about forgiveness. A word that a lot of people […]Read more "Real Warriors Forgive"
A great man once wrote a poem about being disturbed in both the heart and mind. The man was a famous explorer in the 1500s when every nation in Europe was voyaging the high seas in discovery of trade routes and foreign lands. Men discovered vasts lands on foot and on the back of […]Read more "Prayer for Disturbance: A Reminder We All Need"
People can surely be interesting can they? They can either become our greatest of companions, or they can become the nemesis to our own reputation. In some way, people have affected our very well being rather they be parents, grandparents, peers, strangers, and even spouses and children. People often however live under the lie […]Read more "The Fear of What People Think of You VS What God Thinks of You"