January 8, 2020

Before I Go

Hello friends,   Over the past couple of months, I have meditated on listening to our Father and building up my faith. As fruitful and rewarding as it can be, it can be quite daunting at times as well.   Through my church family, I have learned the value of service, the importance of worship, […]

Eat Your Words


Hello friends,  The idiom, “eat your words” has been around for a decent stretch of time. In fact, Shakespeare even used it in his play, Much Ado About Nothing, which was published in the 17th century. However, in the modern context, the phrase is typically used with a negative connotation. Cambridge Dictionary defines the idiom, […]


Living with Death


Hello friends,   Death is not an easy thing to talk about. Nobody likes to be reminded they’re going to die, and nothing is as harsh of a reminder as a young adult or child meeting an untimely end. It hurts in a different way because they were young. When an older person dies, it’s […]


Theology and Spirituality


Hello friends,   Recently, I’ve had to describe my Christian walk and in both instances, I highlighted the importance of the dual nature of theology and spirituality. In many people, the balance is different and shifts with each circumstance, but there is great importance in each.   Without theology, our faith is wishy-washy and has […]