What are you doing tomorrow? Really... Think through your day. Sleeping in? Going to church? Working? Eating? Watching a game? Perhaps going to your first Christmas party of the season? 86,400 seconds are in a day. Depending on the moments you experience, those seconds are allotted to moments. (e.g. Christmas Day = 86,400 - Reading … Continue reading Eternity


I was 15 and I had no friends. I was 20 and I had no girlfriend. I was 25 and I had no joy. I was 80 and I had no more time. Perhaps you are a teenager reading this and feel alone and unwanted... perhaps you are a pastor feeling the weight of your … Continue reading Depression


As I thought about the many words I could have written, I continuously contemplated and complained of the contemptible cultural constructs and the conundrums of our customs that have consistently coincided with conflated consciences which have been curiously concealed. Conversion in Christ is rarely conspicuous even in churches of called out congregants. Change came in … Continue reading Complacent


"Concern or solicitude respecting some event, future or uncertain, which disturbs the mind, and keeps it in a state of painful uneasiness. it expresses more than uneasiness or disturbance, and even more than trouble or solicitude. it usually springs from fear or serious apprehension of evil, and involves a suspense respecting an event, and often, … Continue reading Anxiety

Words… An Introduction

Life, Death, Power, Weakness, Hope, Discouragement, Victory, Defeat, Love, and Hate. Words are powerful tools, placed in bold, italicized, or underlined; read, typed, written, highlighted, spoken, shared, shredded, misquoted, mistaken, misheard, enjoyed, examined, extracted; they govern our thoughts, they dictate our actions, express our desires, relate to others, govern our beliefs, illuminate our imaginations, and puzzle our preconceptions. Our … Continue reading Words… An Introduction