Maybe You Don’t Need Another To-do List

I like to-do lists. More specifically, I like the sight of having items crossed off the list. It communicates a sense of completion. Seeing the list, I actually feel like I'm being productive, even if it's things like taking out the trash or calling a friend I haven't spoken to in a while. I use … Continue reading Maybe You Don’t Need Another To-do List

A Prayer for 2015

And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God … Continue reading A Prayer for 2015

An Oddly Open Community

Personal privacy is held in highest regard in the West. Sure, people may appear to share every detail of their life on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, but that's not really the case. Those details are only part of the story, right? We're not too quick to post on our timeline: "I just refused to buy … Continue reading An Oddly Open Community

A Mandatory Resolution for 2012

The Lord has placed several dear brothers in my life, and it's my pleasure to let them write a post whenever they so desire.  Today, you'll be hearing a word from Wade Williams, a former high school rival of mine turned close friend whom God has used to encourage and convict me in my faith. … Continue reading A Mandatory Resolution for 2012

Jonathan Edwards and the New Year

Well, Christmas is over.  Now it's time to take down the tree, return the terrible gifts, and look ahead to the new year, that vast and bountiful land which promises to fill your life with the fruits of productivity and personal achievement.  With so many hopes and dreams for the coming year, how are we … Continue reading Jonathan Edwards and the New Year