Daily Devotions

The Gravity of Our Sin

Just like the apple that fell next to Isaac Newton we too would fall into our sin if we didn't have God holding us up. The Fight Sometimes I get discouraged with myself, every time that I don't consciously think about doing God's will I stumble. It shouldn't surprise me though; that's what my flesh… Continue reading The Gravity of Our Sin

Book of the Month

Book of the Month: “Fundamentalism” and the Word of God

There are some things in the Christian faith that are essential and without them, our faith would be pointless. And I think that how we read our Bible is one of those essential points. I'm not saying one certain version is the only right version, but I think that there are some versions of the… Continue reading Book of the Month: “Fundamentalism” and the Word of God

New Lives, The Posts

The Blessing Of Easter

When I was little Easter was one of my least favorite holidays. The idea of wearing a frilly white dress with itchy white tights and uncomfortable shoes made the entire day seem horrible. I'd always gone to church since I was little so that wasn't any different, but that outfit made everything so much worse.… Continue reading The Blessing Of Easter

money

How to Use Credit to Win at Life

Ahh the dreaded word, Credit. It can open a world of doors or close all of them before you even looked at them. It's that ambiguous term that rules the civilized world. It's one of those things that if you don't have it it's extremely hard to get and once you have it it's incredibly… Continue reading How to Use Credit to Win at Life

Book of the Month

Book of the Month: Humble Roots

Humble Roots by Hannah Anderson. I know for most of you I have never heard of this lady before, she's not one of those big famous Christian names and from what I can tell I think she's happy with that. But her writing is most definitely up to par with those more 'famous' Christian authors.… Continue reading Book of the Month: Humble Roots

Healthy for Life, My Life

Balancing a Healthy Lifestyle and Our Dependence on God

I was diagnosed with IBS when I was 17 and I just remember being so relieved to finally have a diagnosis. For years I had suffered from feeling like essentially my intestines literally hating me. Whenever we went out to eat with friends I was always worried about what I would feel once I was… Continue reading Balancing a Healthy Lifestyle and Our Dependence on God