Why are cults so believable and hard to leave or get out of? This question is loaded with many different perspectives, lenses, and opinions. I am exploring this through the perspective of a current non-denominational Christian. First, we need to know what a cult is. Many often associate cults in a negative perspective. A cult … Continue reading Why Cults are So Believable and Hard to Leave
If you're like me, you've probably had a few jobs in your past. Perhaps your first job was simply to have some extra cash, to get you through college, or maybe to save up for your first car. The next job or two were most likely for the paycheck and to add to your resume … Continue reading God is Always Hiring
This Sunday the preacher's sermon was powerful. I can probably say that about every sermon, but I just loved the simplicity behind the sermon. In my own words, I'd name the topic is "Talk is cheap." This is a common phrase that is used - in songs, in quotes, a saying in conversations. Although I … Continue reading Talk is Cheap
God has really been pressing information about His Kingdom to the church lately. Isn't funny how most of us haven't even been a part of a kingdom on earth, so naturally we just assume God's Kingdom will be like a country? (Because that's what we're used to) Yet, surely we should know that a Kingdom … Continue reading Meditating about a Kingdom Lifestyle
When it comes to Easter, I believe many think that this is only a holiday for religious people. I think people should put all these "Churchy," "religious" and "Jesus-freak" labels aside and actually explore God's nature without society's influence of domesticating it or without compartmentalizing God towards religion. So in a podcast I was listening … Continue reading My Thoughts on Jesus and Easter
The American Revolution sparked social and moral changes which empowered women to be rise above inferiority, be knowledgeable in their thinking, become active partakers in patriotism, apt for self-sufficiency, and be great revolutionary mothers.
I truly related this blog post,because it stated the obvious—sometimes our careers are not our vocations, they are just a necessary obligation to uphold finances in our life. Here are a few quotes from the blog that relate to what I’m trying to say, because sometimes other people are able to say things in a … Continue reading Surrendering to Vocation