Character · College · Emotions · Encouragement · Lifestyle · Uncategorized

Give Us This Day Our Daily Struggles

As many of you already know, I am now a college student. I live on campus, and for the most part I live the stereotypical Christian college life. I go to chapel on campus, my professors are believers, a lot of my friends are professing (if not practicing) Christians, we love to study at Starbucks… Continue reading Give Us This Day Our Daily Struggles

Nostalgia · Poetry · Uncategorized

Poem of the Week: “Locked in a Photograph”

Nostalgia is a real thing. The pain of missing someone you love dearly is a real emotion. It's more than real sometimes. Sometimes, it's the only thing. And all you do is sit and remember and look at photographs. And write nostalgic poetry. So, here it is - a little breath from a lonely soul,… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “Locked in a Photograph”

Books · Uncategorized

Friday’s Favorite Five: Mystery & Suspense Authors

Hello, my dear readers! I am so sorry I have been super busy between track, school, and work, and I didn't get a chance to post last week, but I'm back this week with the last post in the series of Favorite Authors and this week's genre is Mystery & Suspense! Enjoy! #5 Umberto Eco… Continue reading Friday’s Favorite Five: Mystery & Suspense Authors

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

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”

Photography · Uncategorized

On Top of the World: Cloud Photography

And now...the moment y'all have been waiting for... The answer is... In that picture, I'm about 30,000 feet above Ohio in an airplane... And that was a picture of the clouds from above. Here are some more!     Let me know what you guys think of the pictures! Please feel free to comment any… Continue reading On Top of the World: Cloud Photography

Poetry · Uncategorized

Poem of the Week: “Warrior’s Spirit”

This week's poem is in honor of our veterans and those who continue to serve in our country's Armed Forces. This poem is called "Warrior's Spirit". True Courage faces Rifle fire, True honor sails The seas. In every young man's fighting heart Is his list of loyalties: His country, comrades, Home, and loved ones, His… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “Warrior’s Spirit”