Who would’ve thought?… Read More Why The Sound of Music’s “I Have Confidence” Is Perfect Pandemic Music
42 As they went out, the people begged that these things might be told them the next Sabbath. 43 And after the meeting of the synagogue broke up, many Jews and devout converts to Judaism followed Paul and Barnabas, who, as they spoke with them, urged them to continue in the grace of God. 44 The next Sabbath almost the whole city gathered… Read More Where Does Your Joy Reside? A Look At Acts 13
The world has exploded. You’re probably sitting at home right now scrolling through your phone, checking your social media feed for what feels like the billionth time today. You’re on edge and stressed. Maybe a loved one of yours is sick, and you feel responsible to protect them from COVID-19. Maybe a loved one of… Read More COVID-19: Where Is God In A Global Pandemic?
We’re halfway through into the first month of this new decade, and that amps up many people’s expectations. People are making resolutions. We look forward to the future with bright hopes, a new weight loss plan, a new gym membership, new ideas, maybe even new friends, and fresh inspiration. No more will we put off… Read More What Were You Expecting?: A Note On Resolutions
Today, of all of the 365 days of the year, marks the day I was born more than a few decades ago. Yes, in other words, today is my birthday. I look back fondly over the birthdays I’ve had through the years. And yet, I’ve noticed that over time, feeling excitement over turning older has… Read More Birthday Post: Up Close And Personal
It’s Thanksgiving in Canada this weekend, and many of us are seeing family and catching up with people. Young adults (students and non-students alike) are filled with both elation and anxiety. We are excited for the apple cider, changing leaves, and laughter, but we are also constantly surrounded with loaded questions. “What are you doing… Read More I Surrender All: But What Does That Mean?
I feel like there are opposing opinions within the Christian community when it comes to asking for signs from God. Sometimes a girl needs guidance, and I’ve been both encouraged to and discouraged from asking for specific signs. I’ve been told that God wants us to follow His will for our lives, but that some… Read More Praying For Signs: Do or Don’t?
With the young adults group I attend being off for the summer, my Sunday nights have opened up. This Sunday, my family and I decided to scroll through the list of movies on Rogers on Demand, and came across the Christian movie Breakthrough. I’ll try not to spoil the movie too much. If you don’t… Read More Movie Thoughts: Breakthrough
Reading is one of my greatest joys in life, but my to-be-read list exceeds my lifespan. Therefore, I must be choosy. Making it a mission of mine to actually read the highly-praised literary classics, of course that had to include George Orwell’s 1984. I recently finished the dystopian novel a month ago with a pang… Read More What 1984 Taught Me About Worship
I like to listen to podcasts while I drive alone, generally of sermons. The most recent podcast I’ve listened to reminded me that Jesus is the light of the world. And it got me thinking. If Jesus is the light of the world, and as Christians we live in the light, we are of light—then… Read More God Is A Flashlight