When God Seems Unfair

When reading through the Bible, we come across many different types of events. Some, like the story of David and Goliath, are exciting, encouraging us to trust God, while others, like Paul's letter to Philemon, overflow with compassion. Adam and Eve's sin in the Garden of Eden cause us to mourn their rebellion, and we... Continue Reading →

My Failures, God’s Grace

Often times when reflecting upon my life, all I can see in myself is a failure of a Christian. I see my never-ending struggle with sin. I know that Romans 6:1-2 states "What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin that grace may abound? By no means! How can we who died to... Continue Reading →

"Dear Perfectionist Me…"

As long as I can remember, I have always been a perfectionist. Whether it was school, music, sports, or spelling, I would always push myself to the limit - if not past it. Though there is a lot to commend in someone who desires to do his best, there is a false hope that I... Continue Reading →

"Remind Me"

Poetry is one of those genres I've never written much of, but I love it. It has a way of connecting with your emotions that no other form seems to possess. Maybe it's the rhythm, or perhaps it's all the literary uses of alliteration, similes, and rhyme patterns - I don't know. Regardless, a well-written... Continue Reading →

How’s Your Perspective?

Monday marks the one year anniversary of my first day in the fast-food industry. It's been a long year. I wasn't suppose to be here. According to my plans, leaving the construction industry and entering fast-food services wasn't an option. Being hindered in slight but significant ways physically frustrated me greatly. Circumstances that evolved around... Continue Reading →

Convictions and My Challenge

Today is my 4th day of my Poverty Awareness Challenge. Let me back up. Having been thinking lots about the extent of poverty many people experience (even more-so as I'm preparing to potentially go volunteer with some missionaries in a Third World country), I've been convicted of my and so many others' apathy for the... Continue Reading →

Joy: A Reaction or a Response?

It's a freezing cold day here in Halifax. It's days like these that people seem more likely to be irritable and frustrated. People mumble and grumble over pretty much nothing - all because there are freezing temperatures and blustering winds. Funny how our whole attitude can be affected so easily by something like the weather.... Continue Reading →

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