Our Story According to Her: Part 2

More fighting and confusion in the months to come led me to break things off with T.S. in July 2015, 5 months before our trip to Israel. Prior to this, he started seeing my biblical counselor where he was determined to "figure me out", but little did he know, our counselor would greatly help him... Continue Reading →

Our Story According to Her: Part 1

Now for my fiancé’s version of our story: We do not have a "typical" 21st century love story that so many people expect to hear when two people say they "love" each other. Ours was not initially full of deep feelings, great chemistry, or a quickness in desire to get married. Many people will think... Continue Reading →

Our Story According to Me: Part 3

You would think this is the part where we would ride off in the sunset and live happily ever after, but it did not go that way. Somehow, she still was not very interested in me and she drifted away, and we came to an agreement in counseling that I would continue waiting for her... Continue Reading →

Our Story According to Me: Part 2

Fast forward a bit and I noticed my church was taking a trip to Israel soon, and I recalled Taylor saying in a conversation with me, “I will do anything to figure this out (meaning if Jesus was real). I will even go to Bethlehem if I have to.” So, I convinced Taylor to sign... Continue Reading →

Our Story According to Me: Part 1

When most people think of love stories they tend to think of romantic movies and novels where the rugged 6’2, seductive male sweeps the petite, wide-eyed 5’0 girl off her feet. There are immense, intense, and obsessive feelings equally felt by both parties. There is a climax and resolution of their problems in 90 minutes... Continue Reading →

How Can We as Christians Aid Lonely People?

Let's talk about millennials (which includes me). We are the foremost generation exposed from juvenile to the postmodern worldview of standards, understandings, and detestations. Justice, for example, is defined as acceptance in which moral values have misplaced objectivity to the individual and reserved agreement. We live in a biosphere where community has been forgone to... Continue Reading →

Questioning Evangelism

The main idea of Questioning Evangelism: Engaging People's Hearts the Way Jesus Did is that responding to questions from skeptics with questions is more affect than responding with answers. Newman splits the book up into three parts. Part One tells the reader why asking questions is so effective. Part Two gives examples of some of... Continue Reading →

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