The Violence

Every night she will play By the waters glow As the drops stream down Her notes begin to flow   As lights dash to and fro Memories erupt up No one to hear, No one to know   Like streaks across the sky Her story fills the world Of loss, of gain, Of newborn and…

“I Could Never Foster, I Would Get Too Attached…”

The exact thing that you think disqualifies you from fostering, actually makes you a perfect candidate! As you can imagine, the state is really not interested in approving sociopaths who can’t form deep attachments to children. I always feel deeply for current foster parents when they hear these statements. Many of them have been serving…

Coronavirus and Repentance

All trials are meant to bring us to a place of repentance. They strip us of normalcy to remind us that we are not in control, that we are small, and that our God is worthy of obedience. I’m not saying that God has sent Coronavirus as a punishment or anything like that. It’s just…

Adoption and the Gospel

Have you ever poured your heart and soul out into a relationship and had it gone unappreciated? Or have you ever worked diligently to love someone well only to have them flat out reject you? Maybe that person even went a step further and betrayed you. Betrayal feels like someone has taken your heart and…

The Patriarchy Loves Abortion

Abortion means sex with absolutely no responsibility attached. Abortion is death on demand. This is why the real “patriarchy” (the culture of men objectifying women) loves abortion. 

How the Church can Respond to Foster care and Abortion Simultaneously

Inevitably, whenever I start debating someone on Twitter or in person about abortion, they always say “the world is already overpopulated” or “there are thousands of orphans waiting to be adopted”…blah blah blah. First of all, even if the world was overpopulated, it wouldn’t be a moral reason to commit murder of another person. Second…

Meeting the Great Lion

After that day I discovered that the Jesus I learned about in Sunday school was only a scheme of the Enemy to distract me from the vibrant, bold, and dangerous Man born in a feeding trough over two-thousand years ago. The real Jesus was more like Aslan than I had ever imagined, and better because while Aslan was the allegory, Jesus was the substance.

Why Defining Homosexuality as Sin is Important

This week, there was a huge wave of backlash after Lauren Daigle came out in an interview and said she “can’t say one way or another” if Homosexuality is sin and that she doesn’t know because she knows and loves many people who identify as homosexual. So the Christian community criticized her statements, saying that…

A Book Batch

Good Afternoon/Evening/Night/Morning/Late Morning/Brunch/Lunch, etc.! I have another batch of book recommendations for you all! I hope you are blessed by these books as much as they have blessed me over the past two years! Summer Letters by Craig Bowler – Craig Bowler is the pastor of Sanctuary church in Acworth, GA (I think its Acworth). I…

What Pro-Choice Women Don’t Understand About Their Own Biology

Women get pregnant, and men don’t. Sounds like a pretty simple truth right? You could just stop reading here, but I’m guessing you want a little more explanation. Women are made differently than men. God designed us to be life creators and life givers. This is a privilege, and a gift. And I say gift…

A Review of the Social Justice Statement

  Last week, a statement on social justice and the gospel was released by prominent Christian Leaders including John Macarthur, Voddie Baucham, and Phil Johnson. The statement holds standard biblical truths such as the unique roles of men and women, and heterosexual marriage. I like what it has to say about justice, salvation, Heresy, and…