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Life Lessons

Photo by PhotoMIX Company on Pexels.com *Disclaimer* This weeks bog post isn't going to be super deep or have immense spiritual meaning, and it probably will not be as carefully written as some of my other posts, but is should be an entertaining one. This is a collection of short incidents that have happened in …

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Which God Do You Worship?

It was another beautiful sunny day for a Bible study. The sky stretched out in an expanse of clear blueness above us as we spread out in the vibrant green grass on our college campus. Laughter floated through the air. Stories were shared as we discussed our topic for the day: the Grandeur of God. …

You’re Trying Too Hard

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com I have a confession to make: I am a chronic overachiever. Whether this comes from an inability to say "no" to any opportunity that comes my way, or my subconscious need to dabble in everything to make up for a lack of outstanding talent in any one thing, or …

Don’t Waste Your Life

Photo by Jordan Benton on Pexels.com This afternoon, I was listing to one of my all-time favorite songs: David Dunn's "Spend a Life" (Click here to listen). Ever since I discovered it, this song has meant so much to me, because it reminds me how short and precious life is, and spurs me to find …

Checkmate: The Conclusion

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com During these past several months, we have spent time on this blog series to talk about spiritual warfare and look at different tactics the Devil uses to try and trap us in sin. Using Disney movies as models, we have also looked at scriptural ways to combat Satan's schemes and …

Checkmate (pt. 8): A Frozen Heart

A few weeks ago (in Pt. 6), we discussed how the Devil uses shame to trap us and undermine our God-Given value. In today's post, I want to talk about another of Satan's tactics that is meant to confine us: Fear. As much as shame keeps us from recognizing our gifts, fear keeps us from …

Checkmate (pt. 7): Head to the Heart

Photo by KOUSHIK BALA on Pexels.com One of the less celebrated, yet beautifully crafted Disney movies of the Disney Renaissance (1989-1999) was The Hunchback of Notre Dame, a film only loosely based on the Victor Hugo novel of the same name. The story follows Frollo, a self-righteous archdeacon of the Catholic church and Minister of …