Posted in July 2012

Waiting on God’s Timing

I’m the kind of a person where when I want to get something done, I want to be at the helm, where the actual action takes place. I get antsy if I have to sit at the sidelines and watch. I get frustrated if I’m forced into the sidelines. That’s how I feel right now … Continue reading

Cast All Your Anxiety on Him

Recently I’ve been really challenged in my faith, as in how will I respond in different situations. I’ve been raised conservatively. My church is very intentional with building a biblical foundation for life, and also for its members to be Gospel-centered. On top of that, my spiritual gift seems to never lack in convictions. It’s … Continue reading

There is (Only One) Hope for This Depraved World

Yesterday, I was having feelings of hopelessness. Not for me, but for the world. It seems to me that everywhere I look, the world is in a depressing state of rapid moral decline. Crimes are rampant, particularly the recent massacre in Colorado and the riots in Anaheim. Same-sex marriage activist bigots are attacking every institution … Continue reading

Thou Shall Not… Pirate?

A popular trend among many people, especially teens and preteens, today is the illegal download of games, movies, music, software, ebooks, et cetera. Somehow this issue is overlooked and rarely discussed, except for general statistics and when people are caught and their arrest becomes material for the media. “Pirating” is a pretty common practice nowadays. … Continue reading

Roller Coaster Christian

One of my biggest failures as a Christian, and sometimes as a person in general, is my inconsistency. I live double lives at the same time. When I’m not careful, one life overtakes the other, and I’m left feeling confused about my actions. For example, I could be talking about being a blessing to someone … Continue reading

Originally posted on This Just In:
The fact that Chick-fil-A is a company that espouses Christian values is no secret. The fact that its 1,600 fast-food chicken restaurants across the country are closed on Sundays has long been testament to that. But the comments of company President Dan Cathy about gay marriage to Baptist Press…