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August 14, 2012


To quote Someone I admire, “It is finished.” No, I’m not talking about the entirety of redemption. THAT was finished a while ago. The scope of my “it” is a little smaller. Just a little. I’ve decided to cease maintaining this blog. It has been a wonderful experience, but I can’t seem to post to […]

Christians on Campus: How I Chose To Be a Christian in College

June 16, 2011


It’s time for a little bit of a personal testimony. The academic year closes again. For some, the next year brings the daunting change from high school to college. Recently, I began to reflect on my own experience of that change. It was formative. It had an immense impact on the course of my life. Prelude I went […]

Why Changing Churches Will Never Satisfy You

April 13, 2011


I’m not sure if you are aware of this, but today, right now, in your city, in your neighborhood, on your street, there is a mass exodus going on. People are leaving denominations and community churches by the droves. “Church membership” is dropping at an alarming rate. George Barna heads the Barna Group, a respected […]

Essential Key to Overcoming Temptation

January 17, 2011


Temptation. It is hard to talk about temptation because none of us can really claim victory over temptation in all its forms. How could anyone be qualified to speak on such a subject except the Lord Jesus? So while you read this, I hope you would realize that I am not living a victorious life. […]

Christ: The Solution to Your Situation

December 3, 2010


I think there are two common situations that Christians find themselves in. The first situation is that they need to make a big decision. This could include where to live, who to marry, where to go to college, etc. The second situation is all the time in between those crisis moments: studying in school, making […]