How to Have a Biblical World View: When Christians Confuse Biblical and Secular views

The term Biblical Worldview is being spoken a lot nowadays around Christian leadership. I personally had not heard of the term until a couple years ago. But what does Biblical Worldview mean? I think many Christians who aren’t in ministry may have not heard the term. According to an article in Focus on the FamilyContinue reading “How to Have a Biblical World View: When Christians Confuse Biblical and Secular views”

How to grow spiritually this Holiday season

Has your faith become a bit stagnant after going through the pandemic? Have you gone to church fewer times a month or stopped going altogether? Are you spending less time with fellow believers? Has your Bible reading or prayer time lessened? Have you become more depressed, lonely or lost your hope and faith? If you’veContinue reading “How to grow spiritually this Holiday season”

How to Teach our Teens to Love Others and Reject Sin

Being a teenager can be a confusing time, especially living in the United States. There are so many cultures and beliefs out there. And a majority of teens attend public schools which means they are taught and are exposed to a multitude of belief systems. It’s already difficult enough for teenagers to try and findContinue reading “How to Teach our Teens to Love Others and Reject Sin”

Your Values Dictate Your Actions

I’ve been thinking a lot about values lately. I heard the host of the Ramsey Solutions podcast, Dr. John Delony, talk a lot about values and give relationship advice to people telling them that they often have conflict when their values don’t match. This made me look closely at my own values and how myContinue reading “Your Values Dictate Your Actions”

Good Friday

“It was now about noon, and darkness came over the whole land until three, because the sun’s light failed. The curtain of the sanctuary was split down the middle. And Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I entrust my spirit.” Saying this, he breathed his last.”‭‭Luke‬ ‭23:44-46‬ ‭CSB‬‬ Enjoy thisContinue reading “Good Friday”

Noah’s Ark: The Rest of the Story

Last summer, my family and I traveled to visit my dad in Indiana and then decided to take a day trip to the Ark Encounter, the extravagant Bible story attraction located in rural Williamstown, Kentucky. Remembering back to my pre-K Sunday school class, I was very familiar with the Old Testament Bible story of NoahContinue reading “Noah’s Ark: The Rest of the Story”

Conflict in Relationships: Who’s at Fault and How to Resolve it.

During the first year of the pandemic when TV shows stopped releasing new episodes, I searched for a “new to me” show to watch that had several seasons so I could keep watching for awhile. I came across Married At First Sight (Lifetime) on Hulu. I had never heard of this show, I think becauseContinue reading “Conflict in Relationships: Who’s at Fault and How to Resolve it.”

Did You Give Up Something For Lent?

If you’re like me and was raised in a Protestant or Catholic Church, then you know what it means to give up something for Lent, (the 40s days from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday). This 40 days represents the time Jesus fasted and prayed in the wilderness, see Matthew 4:1-3. A few days before AshContinue reading “Did You Give Up Something For Lent?”

How to Make a Difference

Are you more concerned with holding people accountable for their “wrong” actions rather than encouraging them to do the “right” ones? I’ve seen this often amongst Christians who want to argue and complain against others with whom they disagree for doing what they feel is “wrong”, instead of trying to pursue the opponents in aContinue reading “How to Make a Difference”

How to Heal and Find Hope after Trauma

When I was a young adult, I would have defined trauma differently than I do now. I used to think a trauma involved an abuse victim, a soldier who experienced combat or a victim of a severe accident or violent crime. But Psychology Today defines Trauma as a person’s emotional response to a distressing situation.Continue reading “How to Heal and Find Hope after Trauma”