My 2018 Reading Pile

Just picked out the books I want to read in 2018 from my mountain of unread books; and I am excited! (The picture is missing some books that I haven't ordered yet.) Throwing in some books and genres I don't normally read, like poetry, but definitely something I want to explore.  Some of the title's... Continue Reading →


Peace and Promise

Therefore do not be anxious, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the Gentiles seek after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added... Continue Reading →

God & Chocolate

I love chocolate. This is no mystery if you know me. I have a major sweet tooth, and it is always set to Dark Chocolate. Hersey's, Dove, that one Aldi's brand that is way to good to be sold at Aldi for that price; what ever it is, if its chocolate, I want it. I... Continue Reading →

“What Would it Look Like for Christians to Honor Fathers and Husbands?”

“In a Christian context, honor, self-worth, comes from surrendering to Christ and having a right relationship with Him.”

Great Article about Honor and where we should get our self worth from.

See, there's this thing called biology...

A while back I wrote a post calledCultivating Honor. What is honor? It is, “to regard with great respect.” Here is the deal however, honor is an internal thing. In a Christian context it comes from having a right relationship with God, from recognizing your own worth and value. From being forgiven, redeemed, and held in such high esteem, you were actually worth dying for. Worship, praise is really just about reflecting the love God has shown us, back to Him.

Honor is an internal thing, meaning it comes from inside of us and cannot be filled with external things. Nobody can really hand you honor. Nobody can really make you “feel” respected. Nobody can make you know your own worth and value. In a Christian context, honor, self-worth, comes from surrendering to Christ and having a right relationship with Him. If you have Christ’s approval, The Blood of…

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Our Gracious Saviour

“In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” 1 Thessalonians 5:18 Originally posted by: theheartofmercy

The Start

I'm a full time IT professional, church youth leader, husband, son, friend and the occasional troll. I love writing, reading, and watching movies and shows (one word: Netflix). Music is another passion of mine. I love to play my guitar or bass definitely during worship. I usually either just fiddle around with it or make... Continue Reading →

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