On the Destructive Illusion of Perfection in the Christian Life: A Poem

My brethren We must strive in seminary to Slay The demonic persuasion of Perfection Too many “graduate” Still under the guise that ministry Is about their perfect lives, not the Perfect’s slaughter on a cross. The pulpit is a platform for stardom rather than a sacrificial field for shepherding. Satan wants disciples to ignore their … Continue reading On the Destructive Illusion of Perfection in the Christian Life: A Poem

On Turning 26

I know I've had an extended hiatus from writing since February but I hope to be back now with at least some regularity. I turned 26 last week and am writing this short, belated birthday post about my three regrets of the past five years and my three hopes for the next five years. The … Continue reading On Turning 26

We Care More about Our Self-Esteem than Esteeming the Most High

That we need self-esteem is one of the greatest lies of the age. And just about everyone is prescribing its poison like candy. But the truth is that looking at ourselves more, relying on our feelings about ourselves more will not solve anything; it will worsen the problem. Because we were not made to live this … Continue reading We Care More about Our Self-Esteem than Esteeming the Most High

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