Genesis 1:27-31 28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. 29 And God said, Behold, I have given … Continue reading Scripture Sunday: Genesis
Are you a teenager trying to navigate faith through chronic illness? I’m here to tell you, you are not alone.When sickness takes over your life, it’s a never-ending battle to make it through each day. How do you cope? How do you keep fighting? Most of all though, how do you find God in the … Continue reading Spotlight Saturday: He’s Making Diamonds: A Teen’s Thoughts on Faith Through Chronic Illness
Until the first of February, I will be off all social media. Sadly this overlaps with the announcement of my new business. But I would love it if you stop by on the 31st (of this month) to check it and my next review request! Thank you for sticking around so long dear readers! FYI … Continue reading A Social Media Break
This post is so right!
Hello dudes and dudettes! Today we’re going to discuss a topic that’s been tugging on my mind for a while now.
I’ve noticed for a while that there are people in the artist community. Every art form. Particularly I’ve noticed, in the writer and singer community.
People who have said that they are Christians, are now saying that they are not “Christian writers” or “Christian singers”. And they don’t advertise they’re writing or music as such.
Why is this? What is the reason for this movement away from being a Christian artist?
I’ve heard a lot of reasons.
Some say it’s because being Christian is a label.
Why is that bad?
I am a Christian.
Label me as one!
I’ve heard a lot of writers say they don’t call themselves a Christian writer (I’m just using writer but this applies to all art forms) because of the “stigma” attached to…
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Here’s another post on my nonfiction blog!
Sometimes we do nothing.
Sometimes we do nothing and let sin control us even as we claim to be Christians.
Sometimes we do nothing when we could save a life.
Sometimes we do nothing and let others suffer.
Sometimes we do nothing when people are hurting.
Sometimes we do nothing and ignore the people around us who are depressed.
Sometimes we do nothing when we could help others heal.
Sometimes we do nothing and let people hurt others for greed, power, or even fun.
Sometimes we do nothing when we see others being run down.
Sometimes we do nothing and ignore the consequences.
Sometimes I get sick of the country I live in that supposedly is free but I know it isn’t free because we do nothing, think about what you could do if you only did something to protect what God has given you.
Have you ever considered that…
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