It is not uncommon to have ended your resolutions prematurely. Most who make resolutions fail to see them through. They were made with good intentions I’m sure but either poor … Continue reading Resolution over already???
The problem with Christianity today is that the Christian understanding of religion is played out in hats. What I mean is we process Christian traits like wearing a hat. So … Continue reading Way too many hats
Living in Western civilization means to live with anxiety and to have something to constantly worry about. It seems that most of what we worry about has to do with … Continue reading Tell your anxiety to get in line
So God gave us all one life and that was for the purpose of us growing and developing into a state where we would function in our right minds, and … Continue reading Life was meant to be led
This week we celebrate Thanksgiving. This has always been a sore spot for me ever since my second year of high school. That’s the time that I learned about the … Continue reading I’m thankful for…
On or around June 21, what we call the summer solstice takes place. This is when the rays of the sun will be perpendicular to the Tropic of Cancer at … Continue reading Are you wasting the sun?
I often hear Christians and non-Christians painting a picture of Christianity in a very primitive state based on their understanding. What I mean is that they are still looking at … Continue reading Maturity in Christ
One way to look at this weekend is to say that we have lost an hour or we had to repay the hour we stole in the fall. Benjamin Franklin … Continue reading Spring Forward
You know, I was recently thinking about the habits I have. Like everyone I have some good habits and bad habits and it made me wonder why we never think … Continue reading Make a habit of it!
Of the 50 percent of Americans who make resolutions, 90 percent of them break their resolution by the middle of January. It seems that the end of a year gives … Continue reading Resolutions should be a way of life
Isn’t it funny how the mind works? I remember when I was in grade school and instead of attempting to master math, I spent the most productive hours convincing myself … Continue reading I can’t?