Not of this world

We must also understand that being in the world, but not of it, is necessary if we are to be a light to those who are in spiritual darkness. We are to live in such a way that those outside the faith see our good deeds and our manner and know that there is something … Continue reading Not of this world

A Prayer For August 2, 2020

1 Hear a just cause, O Lord; attend to my cry;    give ear to my prayer from lips free of deceit.2 From you let my vindication come;    let your eyes see the right. 3 If you try my heart, if you visit me by night,    if you test me, you will find no wickedness in me;    my mouth does not transgress.4 As for what … Continue reading A Prayer For August 2, 2020

A Prayer For July 26, 2020

O give thanks to the Lord, call on his name,    make known his deeds among the peoples.2 Sing to him, sing praises to him;    tell of all his wonderful works.3 Glory in his holy name;    let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.4 Seek the Lord and his strength;    seek his presence continually.5 Remember the wonderful works he has done,    his miracles, and the judgments he has … Continue reading A Prayer For July 26, 2020

Everything Happens For A Reason (A Book Review)

July's book pick for the "Faith, Coffee, And Books" was the very short and quick read, "Everything Happens For A Reason" by Kate Bowler. Admittedly, I was prepared for a very different kind of book when I sat down to read this. I thought the book would be centred more on an apologetics angle to … Continue reading Everything Happens For A Reason (A Book Review)

There Is No Atheist Agenda

I'm sure I am not the only Christian who has grown up hearing nonChristians, particularly Atheists, otherized. Growing up in Evangelicalism, we were constantly quoting Psalm 14:1 to equate Atheism to foolishness. We were given caricatures of Atheists and told they were truthful representations of who Atheists were. And then we laughed about how someone … Continue reading There Is No Atheist Agenda

Wolves Walk Among Us

When I was a very little girl of about 6, someone in my family began to exhibit the first warning signs of what would later turn into severe mental illness. My family was made up of good evangelicals who trusted our pastor to point us in the right direction. However, this pastor made a very … Continue reading Wolves Walk Among Us