https://videopress.com/v/TfsVDYaR?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata I realized something recently. Simply put, I don't care about so many things the world cares about. Mere months ago I just could NOT stop thinking about marketing and branding and how to get my various ideas off the ground. I worked day and night and neglected my family and duties in order to … Continue reading Jesus > Brand
Photo by Rafael Cerqueira on Pexels.com I've talked a lot about course correction over the past few years, as have many of my compatriots. It's always important to evaluate where you are and where you're going honestly so that you know you aren't off course. As the analogy goes, a very slight miscalculation now will … Continue reading Being Sanctified
Christianity is misconstrued and misunderstood by most people today - even by most Christians. I won't bore you with a long lead in, just check out this video below and you'll see what I mean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykH8E9wTCcQ Tim Mackie does a wonderful job of explaining what Christianity is really all about, and what God's promises are … Continue reading What Christianity is ACTUALLY About.
Photo by Jon Parker As I was hiking through the forest after night camping on a small mountaintop, I came across the scene in the photo above. This is a big deal. A much bigger deal than I would have thought before learning why the Forest Service does these burns. Many of you may have … Continue reading Controlled Burning
Photo by Ian on Unsplash I've been thinking a lot lately about the Biblical reality that God was more pleased with Abel's offering to Him than He was with Cain's offering. Many of you know at this point that I don't consume animal products. If you've read THIS POST then you'll know why. My goal … Continue reading God and Cain and Abel
Monk Mode was a way for me to say no to some of the instant gratification I so often sought. I could say, "No, I'm in Monk Mode right now. I need to focus." It helped quite a lot. But that phrase in and of itself is just a tool. It can help in the moment of temptation to get you through it, but eventually it grows stale without some kind of long-term commitment.
Photo by Danny Howe on Unsplash Why am I here? It's a question that has plagued humanity since long before we could drown out our existential dread with alcohol, drugs, junk food, porn, video games, etc. It's a question that I've asked numerous times. Or is it? Is that the question I asked? Or are … Continue reading Why Am I Here?
Photo by Gift Habeshaw on Unsplash Writing Music (There's an audio version of this at the bottom of the page, or you can listen HERE.) I remember running as a child through the forests near my home, through fields, down dirt roads, over creeks... I was always running, climbing, biking, jumping. Always moving, except for … Continue reading Jesus loves me, this I know…
Photo by Karsten Winegeart on Unsplash Many of you already know that I'm taking part in SOULCON Challenge Eleazer right now. Today is Day 19 of the challenge and it's going well. It's showing me in new ways how powerful self-discipline is in my walk with Christ. I'm learning that turning from the lusts of … Continue reading Commitment to Exceeding Expectations is Powerful
Photo by Walter Chávez on Unsplash Writing Music Welcome back all. It's been a good spring break, but now back to the writing. I've got a lot coming down the pipeline but before all that I wanted to take a moment to look at Joseph, the earthly father of Jesus Christ. It seems like he … Continue reading Joseph, the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus