One year ago today. My take on his death brought about the most views I've ever had on my blog. It truly is a twofold tragedy.
Nancy Pearcey has done it again. She has taken complex ideas, done a lot of research, and has delivered a helpful tool for the church to use for discipleship of the mind...and body. This is a book that I believe is both challenging and accessible to readers from Junior High to Ph.D.'s. As a Minister [...]
The Garden "in" Eden. It must've been the most beautiful and serene place in the whole existence of humanity. It was what God intended for His people. A Garden. What does a garden symbolize? Peace, serenity, safety, purity, friendship, joy, and life. Eden is still here today: Observe the description of the garden of Eden [...]
As I look forward to my final semester to attain my bachelors degree in Humanities, I have realized that reading has become a huge part of my life. There is that famous phrase, "Readers are leaders and leaders are readers." However it goes, you get the point. Reading develops leadership type skills. Now I'm tired [...]
As I sit here on this mound I look at the stars all around By their beauty I am amazed I can't help but sit and gaze My day has been quite a haze Almost like wandering in a maze But I found my way out For I heard the Shepherds shouts "My son, my [...]