Reflecting

I have a recurring dream where I am standing between a bright light on one side, and the human figure that I know as Jesus because of man’s idea put into image, on the other side. Sort of like a tunnel. Both beckoning me to come one way or the other. I feel compelled to […]

Advertisement

Starting Small (Redemption part 2)

The first part of our journey begins here: Living in a Tent (Redemption Part 1) Tent life was pretty rough. The hardest part was probably the terrible storms, the ‘dog days’ heat, open fire cooking, arguing with my parents a lot, and with my significant other. The last two should definitely be first. We were […]

Living in a Tent (part 1 of Redemption)

A fellow blogger encouraged me to write about life before and up to Christ. So here goes: Our redemption began (unbeknownst to us)  by watching a documentary in May of 2013 called Zeitgeist, a documentary completely against Jesus or any kind of religion. Isn’t that peculiar? We completely believed what it was spinning. This documentary […]

Question for Believers

My soapbox.  This is a thing that eats at me almost daily because I just do not understand it. You know the feeling when a lump comes into your throat and your heart races. This is what I feel when I think about this subject.  I’ve posted about it before, but I feel compelled again […]

A Short on Everything.

What if everyone has an identity crisis? I just found this post as a saved draft from December of 2015.   To answer my own question, now September of 2017, I say everyone is in a constant identity crisis even shortly after identifying to, or as, various things… ‘Things’ being numerous nouns that people have created […]

Christmas (X Mas) /More/

Jesus is the only superhero there ever was. Little children, be ye Jesus. Be ye unstained of the world. Parents, you’ve had these elemental things that you now ‘gift’ our children. We know where these elemental things lead. The joy of children is fickle and fleeting because of elemental things. We teach them to want […]

Times they are a Changin’

Baby boomers are people born during the demographic Post–World War II baby boom between the years 1946 and 1964. Baby boomers is also a term that can be used culturally. Baby boomers are associated with a rejection or redefinition of traditional values; however, many commentators have disputed the extent of that rejection, noting the widespread continuity of values […]