Category: Issues of Life

Even Without Religion…

Even without religion, God is.  There’s something I’ve been meditating on, trying to get an understanding and revelation about.  The process of our growth in God, how we come into a relationship with Him, how we mature or grow through that relationship, whether or not it’s defined, and […]

The Language Of Love

You said you loved me but you lied. This is not how someone treats the one they cherish… Words don’t mean nothing when actions contradict. Love is really very simple, even a child knows it. It’s in the way that you smile… And the look in your eyes. […]

Conflicted!

In this world where the wise thing to do in an abusive relationship is to walk away, to protect and look after yourself and your sanity, I feel conflicted about the Wisdom of the Cross that caused Jesus to endure unfair punishment, torture, insults and mocking, to redeem […]

I’m Not Okay

I’m not okay. I’m not okay with the way of the world. I’m not okay that we don’t agree. I’m not okay that everything costs money. I’m not okay that so many have to do without. It seems these days everyone’s out for number one. Nobody seems to […]

Christian Discipline

In May 2016, I wrote Discipline and Christianity, and republished it on The Naked Convos in June that year.  The feedback was great, and I remember one of the readers asking me to write about the disciplines in Christianity.  I accepted the challenge, but never got around to […]

‘Til Death Do Us Part – A Short Story

Alicia took another look at the printed results in her hands and blinked severally.  She gulped through a lump that was forming in her throat.  She couldn’t believe what she was seeing.  The results actually said “Positive!” Jesus!  I am HIV Positive!  Jesus! Her thoughts immediately shifted to […]

The Celebrity Syndrome

Have you ever wondered why someone who has it all; fame and fortune and even a family that loves them, would take their own lives?  Have you ever wondered how you can have so many friends and fans and yet feel so alone, that you have no one […]