If it’s anything, life is a story. The narratives we tell ourselves enable us to function in the world by giving us a sense of what came before us and what lies ahead. Stories inform who we are, why we’re here, what we’re supposed to do, and where we belong in the greater scheme of […]Read more "Story Time (with a FIF lesson?)"
As I talk to people about their feelings on faith, politics, and the state of the world currently, I tend to focus on measurables: data, stats, trends, etc. These discussions happen online, in person, over the phone, and via text message. And while I differ from many people’s perspective on things in one way or […]Read more "The Role of Art in the Pursuit of Happiness"
Below is a 2,200 word research paper I just completed for one of my seminary classes. For this paper, I started with the realization that the animals of Nineveh in Jonah 3 are required to repent and fast. Then God Himself uses that language when defending His mercy on Nineveh. From there, I started discovering other […]Read more "Salvation is for All of Creation"
See what I did there? Now you know the general direction I’m going here: some mixture of the Netflix original series “Stranger Things” and elements of the Christian faith. As you probably know, I’m a huge fan of Stranger Things, and have been posting various fan art and other images associated with the show on […]Read more "The Stranger Things of Faith"
Ok ok, I can’t empirically prove that Black Friday is the embodiment of evil. But I don’t think it takes too hard of a look to see it for what it is. Brothers and sisters, let us act in a more excellent way. Black Friday is the most concentrated form of that particular evil we […]Read more "Black Friday is the Embodiment of Evil. Resist!"