Photo by Jeswin Thomas on Pexels.com Though I have felt drawn to write on this subject for some time, I have to admit that I was also dreading having to do it. Why? Well, lets face it, it is a huge subject to try and tackle. As any search on the internet will show you … Continue reading My Struggle With Loneliness As A Christian.
Photo by Yan Krukov on Pexels.com Most of you will not know this, but this is my first post in over a year. In fact, I had unsubscribed from my webhost and deleted my website, planning to never deal with a website again. "Why?", you may ask. Well, when I decided to be done with … Continue reading We are not to fear people…but I did.
What a year! What a year this has been and it's not over yet as I write this post in early November! It's just been one thing after the other. We've been dealing with this seemingly unending COVID mess for months (feels like years) and, as though that weren't enough, it was a presidential election … Continue reading When there is no God.
Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com There are many causes of stress. I don't have to tell you that there are many causes of stress in the world. Money, health, relationships, jobs, kids...we could go on and on. However, what I want to focus on today is the stress that we bring on ourselves by … Continue reading Are You Stressing Yourself Out? (Social Media Stress)
It's gotten worse and it's everywhere. I was going to start off this article by saying, "Well, it's started!", but upon refection I would have to say that "it" didn't just start, it's just gotten worse. What am I talking about? Political fussing and fuming madness. The signs are up in the yards and … Continue reading Your Political Party Is Not Your Savior
As I mentioned in my previous post, this is an interesting time we live in. It is bad enough we have all these events happening, but the situation is made worse by the media continuing to shove images and words of contention, sadness, anger and fear at us, 24/7. It can be too much, especially … Continue reading You can’t force real change.