[Myth #6] I don’t need to worry about theology. I just need to believe and love others.

Photo by John-Mark Smith on Pexels.com It's all happened to us. We have all been in that situation where you are sharing something-- a story, an opinion, or maybe even just a thought. We are a few seconds into our story or whatever. And in the blink of an eye, someone with a brain much … Continue reading [Myth #6] I don’t need to worry about theology. I just need to believe and love others.

[Myth #5] Mental health is not a big deal for Christians.

This photo borrowed from: https://connectsummitcounty.org/may/ May is Mental Health Awareness Month. And let me tell you, that has taken on a brand new meaning for my family in the last year. I won't rob her of the opportunity to share her own story, but my little sister, Emma, has had a testing bout with mental … Continue reading [Myth #5] Mental health is not a big deal for Christians.

Should a believer watch “Game of Thrones?”

https://media.nbcnewyork.com/images/652*367/thronesbackx.jpg Warning: This is opinionated and contains discussion on some explicit topics. I've never personally been a big TV show guy. I don't really have the attention span to sit and watch things for long periods of time. This is precisely why I have several hobbies. It keeps me from getting bored. With that being … Continue reading Should a believer watch “Game of Thrones?”