Holidays · Lifestyle

Laughing A Farewell to 2017 & A Greeting to 2018

Howdy y'all! I had decided earlier that I was going to be an awesome blogger. I was going to sit down and be responsible and write down all of my new year's resolutions as a good example/read for you guys. BUT I mean, let's face it. How many of us actually keep any of our… Continue reading Laughing A Farewell to 2017 & A Greeting to 2018

Character · Lifestyle

Chivalry and the Tough Women of the 21st Century: Ladies, Let Him be a Gentleman

Hey folks! Given the title of this post, I would like to start off by saying that I am not a misogynist. I have absolutely nothing against ladies. I have absolutely nothing against lady athletes. I am a lady. I am an athlete. And I adore being both. Most will say that this quote about… Continue reading Chivalry and the Tough Women of the 21st Century: Ladies, Let Him be a Gentleman

Biblical · Uncategorized

By Grace Alone: Thoughts On Biblical & Aesopian Views of Law and Grace

Law and grace are two of the key elements about which Christian scholars debate incessantly. Although Christians live under the saving grace of the Lord through the death and resurrection of Christ, the law is not completely inapplicable. In Aesop, the law plays a pivotal role, while grace is considerably less frequent. Unfortunately, when it… Continue reading By Grace Alone: Thoughts On Biblical & Aesopian Views of Law and Grace

Biblical

Through the Lens of Truth: A Christian’s Guide to Dealing with Difficult Scripture Passages

Although there are multiple passages in Scripture which are difficult for us to read and understand completely, Christians should always remember never to ignore these passages, but rather compare them with other Scripture passages and various Bible translations, keeping in mind the historical and literary context of the verses in question. Ignoring passages of the… Continue reading Through the Lens of Truth: A Christian’s Guide to Dealing with Difficult Scripture Passages

Poetry · Uncategorized

Poem of the Week: “Freedom in Faith”

I wrote this poem sometime last year in order to commemorate how our country was founded on the faith of our forefathers and how Christians can always draw strength from the faith they have in Christ. The faith my fathers loved and lived upon, The story of how all the world began, Enshrining memories of… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “Freedom in Faith”

Academic · Lifestyle · Writing

Musings of a Christian Teen

Hey y'all! I found these journal entry meditations I wrote earlier this year, and I would like to share them with y'all tonight because I think many of them are relatable and hopefully y'all will be able to take away something personal and meaningful from them. Saturday, May 13, 2017 You only have a certain… Continue reading Musings of a Christian Teen