What Story is Your Life Telling?
In the midst of personal struggles, professional tension, and spiritual uncertainty, your life is telling an amazing story.
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In light of the recent social and cultural issues, my spirit has become deeply troubled. One of the most convicting things I have felt and seen in recent months is our general willingness to quote Jesus in spite of our unwillingness to actually emulate Him in the world. It’s like we’re holding up a “LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR” sign while refusing to recognize that everyone is our neighbor. In a culture that finds Christianity difficult to believe, this makes it utterly unbelievable. As a result, […]
I woke up this morning, as I do most mornings, and read through the trending news on Facebook. Now I’m not sure how accurate it is given that Facebook controls who sees what, but these are the headlines I saw: SNOOP DOGG: DONALD TRUMP A RECKLESS MOTHER______ POKEMON GO REALLY DISTRACTS DRIVERS As I read through, it really begged the question: “Don’t we have better things to talk about?” Have we really resorted to chasing invisible creatures in our cars with our […]
As a senior in high school, I was given the task of completing a senior project. To an eighteen-year-old kid, it seemed like an insurmountable goal that was the culmination of thirteen years of education. Intended as a preparatory work for college, the senior project is supposed to represent your personal ideals and incorporate your education into a thesis paper, related product, and oral presentation. My project was titled “Faith in Business”, an attempt to show that, contrary to cultural belief, these concepts were […]
Growing up as a kid in Coastal North Carolina, the threat of hurricanes was a staple—just like tornadoes for those in the midwest, earthquakes for those out west, and snow storms for those in the northeast, every geographic location has its nemesis. This week, Hurricane Hermine swept through the southeast and left a swath of damage in its wake, affecting millions along the coast with flooding and power outages just ahead of the holiday weekend. As the storm passed through, I went to Wrightsville […]