Reading Time: 3 minutes Our biggest problem is that we don’t want to let go of the picture that we had for our life. We had a plan, we invested all this time and energy into OUR plan. Suddenly we’re faced with trials that shake or obliterate our plans. Here’s how to deal with the storms of life.
Reading Time: 4 minutes In part 2, we discussed the limitations of questioning everything, where we should draw the line and what we shouldn’t do when trying to piece everything together. Now let’s look at a few more pitfalls and how we deal with it.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In part 1, we covered the basics of questioning your faith. We’re going to dive in a little deeper here. Before we do so, I need to bring a common problem to your attention. At some point, we all must accept our limitations as human beings. There are some aspects that we simply cannot fathom, and we need to draw a line somewhere. Let me give you an example.
Reading Time: 4 minutes At some point in our lives this question crosses our minds, “Is this the right religion?” How would you even know if you’re serving the right God? This is part 1 of a series discussing when questioning your faith.
Reading Time: 5 minutes When we think of a partner, we think of someone that we would spend our life with. Someone to start a family with and grow old together. Was that really why God created us? This post explores the purpose of finding a spouse.
Reading Time: 3 minutes My sudden entrance back into the world of singleness has left me a little bewildered. Apparently sending pictures of various organs or fully nude is commonplace. However, this post is about sex, marriage, Hollywood and how society is descending into anarchy.
Reading Time: 6 minutes There are those quiet moments, we sit on that contemporary couch, look around and say to ourselves, “Is this it? If I’m living “the life”, why do I feel empty? Why do I feel unfulfilled?” Let’s look at the myth that a high-paying job will make us happy.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Success is so ingrained into our psyche that we will do anything to suggest to our peers that we’ve arrived. We desire to be admired and valued by our peers. Whether it be genuine or fake, that is our reason. It’s an attempt to project, “Success”. We all do this, I am no exception.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The first topic in the “Myths that make us miserable” series is “Haters”. A word that spread like wildfire in the 90s. In hater-nomics, we’ll look at the spheres of influence and how to focus your efforts on the people that will give you the highest return on investment.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Jesus spoke in parables which were relatable to the audience. However, the parables are foreign to modern man. What do we know of sowing seeds in a field? We might understand the concept intrinsically but we have no working knowledge of it. What’s required is a change in our thinking. Instead of merely listening to the Word, we need to be focusing on really understanding it with the intent of repackaging the Word for redelivery into our World.