A Fish that Goes Against the Current

In the last few months, our country has become even more dismissive regarding questions and analytical thinking. So easily offended, people don’t want to hear another perspective, or heaven forbid, a fact that might mess with what they’ve already determined to be right and good. We see this dismissive attitude overturning our ability to reason. […]

Don’t Worry, I’m Not All I Seem Either

Right before Christmas, I wrote down the top 19 memories from 2019, but truthfully, they weren’t necessarily my top memories: they were just the ones I wanted to remember. After all, sometimes we just want to forget the painful events that pushed us over or left us gasping for air. Social media has deluded us […]

Iron on Iron: Why Accountability Counts

Proverbs 24:11: ” Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter.” For many Christians, accountability hovers over the same category as humility, perseverance, and character. We know we should have it, but the thought of accountability makes us uncomfortable too. Ironically, having accountability upfront with safe and healthy believers makes […]