I love writing. While I took a short break this past week, I think I wrote more than I’ve ever written before.
Okay, not really. Maybe.
But I did learn a few new things, and I want to learn more. To translate, that basically means I’m still taking a break from writing on this blog. I will be back shortly, though. Until then, feel free to let me know if you have any world-changing blog ideas.
The other day I deleted my Instagram and Twitter accounts. It was very refreshing. I never used them and it was about time I got rid of them. Continue reading Bye Bye Social Media
My sister’s on a trip this week with her Student Government. Apparently there’s some National Student Government Conference Thing (NSGCT) out in Colorado and her group was invited. Coincidentally, there’s also a National Evil Organization Conference Thing (NEOCT) also in Colorado, so I have my suspicions as to what she’s really up to. Continue reading There was leftover coffee
What is the Gospel?
What does it mean to follow Jesus?
What does it mean to be a Christian?
In answering these questions, I’ve heard an array of Christians talk about how it’s all about love and grace, being a good person, or going to church. However, when it comes to following Jesus, there was one message that Jesus preached that I rarely hear people talk about these days. That message is this: Continue reading When we repent, Jesus empowers.
While Easter was a day to celebrate, I found myself heartbroken in the midst of it. Continue reading Victorious
I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God,who loved me and gave himself for me.” – Galatians 2:20
As Easter approaches tomorrow, Christians around the globe will celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. It’s a monumental time to rejoice, but I always find something even more fascinating than simply celebrating through the good times. Continue reading Christ Lives In Me
Ah, Flashback Friday to the first time I visited China with my school. We always went during Spring Break and Easter, and this time of year I always miss it.
I’ll be back, someday!