Often, when I’m home, my mom cooks for me. I love it, especially when it’s tuna and noodles. (Please don’t judge me.) In fact, she has done a lot of things for me over the years that I have loved. She has done my laundry, completed my taxes, and even cleaned my room—seriously mom, God bless you. Continue reading Do We Love God or Love What He Did?
Let’s say you and a friend decide you want to take off for a road trip across the United States to Washington. You get your oil changed, you fill your tires with air, and you fill up your gas tank. You’re all ready to go. Continue reading Avoiding Wrong Turns
What does America have to do with the hope of the world?
This past week I spent time crafting and delivering a sermon at the church I am working with this summer. As you can imagine, it takes quite a bit of time and energy. This means I didn’t have the time to write a new post, but I figured I would put the audio here on the blog to hold you over until I get the chance to put out my next post. Until then, I hope you have a blessed week!
Click here to listen to the sermon.
It has been far too long since I have posted something here, and for that I apologize. I have just recently finished up all of my assignments for my junior year of Bible college and just moved back home from Chicago for the summer. It was a crazy year full of ups and downs, and I have spent the last few days reflecting on my experience. Continue reading 5 Lessons Learned This Year
While working on my next post I revisited a prayer by Francis of Assisi. I honestly have not read a lot of prayers by historical church figures, however, this prayer is something very precious to me and it absolutely resonates with my soul. It is my prayer today, and I am hoping that it can be yours as well. May we all be an instrument of his peace. Continue reading St. Francis’ Prayer
It’s an election year here in America and this means that there are political adds, political debates, political opinions, and political everything. I’m originally from Iowa and that is where the first caucus takes place, so I would get more than enough politics in a year. Continue reading The King That Refused to be King