Don’t lose sight of yourself. You are different for a reason. Take a look around you, even if you have a twin, you are still different. And that’s the beauty of it. Myeloproliferative Neoplasm (MPN) is a chronic blood cancer. It used to be just a disorder or a disease, but when they found out … Continue reading One step at a time
“Many people go through their entire life never speaking words to another human being that come out of what is deepest within them, and most people never hear words that reach all the way into that deep place we call the soul” (13). Larry Crabb wants readers, leaders, and the church to embrace a … Continue reading Soul Talk: What is Your Deepest Pain?
Police Shooting. Genocide. World War. Terrorism. School Shootings. Bombings. These are just few devastating results of human irresponsibility. If God’s creation is supposed to be good, then why does it seems that the world is falling apart? Recently, there was a terror attack on Orlando, Florida that is now considered the worst mass shooting in … Continue reading The Nature of Sin: Narratives from Adam to Babel
“If you break your arm, everyone runs over to sign your cast, but if you tell people you’re depressed, everyone runs the other way. That’s the stigma.” Comedian and Mental Health Activist Kevin Breel shares his experience regarding depression during TEDTalks. “Why is depression such a … Continue reading Depression and the Church: What You Need To Know
“One hundred fifty years.” It is the number of years for Christianity to be settled in the New World. Today, there are missionaries around the world that are still expanding the kingdom of God. Missionaries are abandoning their old life to assimilate themselves into a new environment in order to spread the gospel. Missionaries are … Continue reading College Essay: How Did Christianity Come to America?