The church treats singleness almost as a disease - a personal state in need of remedy. To be four steps removed from the highest good makes you an individual to be pitied and prayed for.
I’m pretty sure Thursday, March 12th, was the day we all stepped into an alternate reality.
The worst part about all of this is not having any control. We as individuals can’t control the spread, and our government can’t control the spread. It’s scary to be a 21st-century human and lack control over something.
Jesus did not give us a “new commandment” to organize more events that people may or may not attend and may or may not experience some spiritual encounter.
Life began looking very different than I had planned. In the mundane and craziness of life, the call to Paris was buried and almost completely forgotten.
Is anyone else having a crazy start to this new decade? Or is it just me? We are 41 days into 2020 and already it has been a roller coaster!
Choosing to actively seek things to be grateful for aligns your heart to be more aware of the beauty in the world. It shifts your focus from yourself to the glory of God. Life can be hard. But learn to endure this life with gratefulness.
On the walk home I had looked at my unrealistic to-do list and saw at the very bottom the unchecked box that said “creative writing???” as if I was asking permission to take a break from the readings and papers and meal prepping.
How do you tell people what you've learned from living in the biggest city in the United States?
There is an urban legend floating around that New York can sense when you are stressed. When you’re stressed, all the trash in the city piles up for days at a time only to solidify the feeling of messiness in your soul. Whether this myth is true or not, it has one thing correct, an… Continue reading Experimenting with Low-Waste in New York City