The (not so glorious) return

Hey everyone, After a really long hiatus, I’m coming back and am going to do an overhaul of the site, which means updating as much as I can on what I deem needs updating. I’ll try to be as quick as possible and throw in some new posts as I do clean up.

Are You a Good Spiritual Spotter?

Originally posted on Bread of Life:
Recently, I started lifting weights with my friend. When my friend said that he will help me bench press with 45 pound plates on each side, I got excited! Today, I can confidently say, bench pressing with 45s on each side will probably be just a dream. I can…

What I’m Thankful For

For this Thanksgiving, I’ve decided to write a belated list of the things I’m most thankful for this past year. My family: as much as I often get annoyed by my many siblings and wished the worst for them, I’m happy they’re alive and that I can call them family. I love my mom and … Continue reading

The Pain that Rivaled the Love

I emailed my mentor recently about my lack of fear of God and respect for His Word, as well as not having a strong hatred of sin. He recommended a book called The Enemy Within: Straight Talk About the Power and Defeat of Sin (ebook here), and I began reading it as I waited at … Continue reading

I Love You Bro (No Homo!)

One of the greatest tragedies I see today is the absence of candid, loving relationships between guys. If you’re a guy, I’m pretty sure you cringed, raised your eyebrows, or became a bit confused or taken aback, because I certainly winced when I wrote the words out. The sad reality is that in the past … Continue reading

No Time to Prepare During Battle

A soldier trains before he enters battle. He makes sure he is physically fit, capable of using his weapons well, and tweaks his instincts and resolve. After all, if he decides to train during battle, he’ll likely be slaughtered before he can even guess at how he can begin fighting. As Christians, we also need … Continue reading