Tag: courage

Editor’s Pick: On (in)Courage

Hi Dear Readers, I hope you enjoyed the three posts I shared with you last week!  If you missed them, you can click on the category The Spotlight, to read them all. This week’s posts come from a site, (incourage.me) I’ve been following for a while, though I haven’t […]

The Spotlight: On (in)Courage

Hi Dear Readers, I hope you enjoyed the three posts I shared with you last week!  If you missed them, you can click on the category The Spotlight, to read them all. This week’s posts come from a site, (incourage.me) I’ve been following for a while, though I haven’t […]

Faith Does Not Eliminate Doubt

Can we agree on this?  Please?  Like, this has to be the most basic level of common sense…but like all common sense, it is quite uncommon to find someone who truly understands and appreciates this truth. In case you are struggling to understand how the existence of faith […]

What Are You Afraid Of?

It has become general knowledge among my readers that I do not hold the Bible to be infallible. Understandably, it’s a shock to many, because I profess to be Christian, and have many posts built on a vast knowledge and appreciation of scripture. Some think that I hold […]

Oh, How I Need Revival!

“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father, which is in Heaven” (Matt 5:16). Lord, I live in a world where people hate the light, and aggressively seek to put it out. In this world, it takes courage […]

Meditating on The Cross

Today in Church, I looked upon the Cross and pondered on it. As a symbol of our faith, it stands as a reminder of many fundamental messages from our Lord. In no particular order, let us meditate on the messages of the Cross. Feel free to add more […]