Trusting the Lord through Unemployment

I resigned from my position last December with prospects of moving to Florida for work. I'd saved up and was looking forward to the change in scenery. With the death of two family members in January, however, that permanent move became much more difficult. I've been unemployed since. Reeling from grief, I decided to give … Continue reading Trusting the Lord through Unemployment

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When He Doesn’t Want You Because You’re From a Broken Home

This is a deeply close-to-home topic for me and this post has been on my heart for some time now, ever since a dear friend of mine and I had a conversation about it in college. I've written on being "undateable" before but wanted to give this topic special attention. I've encountered the requirement of … Continue reading When He Doesn’t Want You Because You’re From a Broken Home

We’ve Taken the Bible out of “Bible” Study

This is the second in my series of "Pervasive Problems with Cultural Christianity," focusing on the lack of biblical literacy and care for biblical accuracy. "Christians who lack biblical knowledge are the products of churches that marginalize biblical knowledge. Bible teaching now often accounts for only a diminishing fraction of the local congregation’s time and … Continue reading We’ve Taken the Bible out of “Bible” Study