What Can We Control?

One thing that is pretty consistent among people is the need to be in control. No one wants to feel as though they are on a burning stage coach, with … Continue Reading →


Apologetic Wednesday: Who Does God Think He Is?

Can it be said that God is prideful? Is He a high and mighty cosmic narcissist that demands we worship Him? Is He on an eternal ego trip in demanding … Continue Reading →


Marriage Monday: Stamp Collecting

I can vaguely remember as a kid, people collecting green stamps. Does anyone remember those? When you shopped at certain supermarkets (or grocery stores, who actually says supermarkets anyway) or … Continue Reading →


How to Wreck Your Life

I have never heard a child say, “When I grow up, I want to be miserable.” No one ever sets out to have problems.  We don’t list heartache as an … Continue Reading →


Apologetic Wednesday: Three Big Questions

When it comes to making sense of life, we want answers. We want answers to every question that we have. Why does life play out in certain ways? Why do … Continue Reading →


Lessons from Daddyhood

Yesterday, I got to celebrate my second Father’s Day. I could have never fathomed, prior to being a dad, the joy, wonder, and excitement that comes with the job. Every … Continue Reading →


Lessons From An 18 Month Old

A couple of months ago, Devon and I started praying with Hayden at night when we put him to bed. He sits in one of our laps while the other … Continue Reading →


Apologetic Wednesday: Mitt Romney, Mormonism, and the Facts

With Mitt Romney securing the GOP nomination, Mormonism has become a topic discussed with greater frequency in the recent months. Interestingly enough, the founder of Mormonism, Joseph Smith, also decided … Continue Reading →


Marriage Monday: Unspoken Rules

A newlywed couple returns from their honeymoon filled with excitement from the week. They unpack, recount the fresh memories they just made and begin to make the adjustment of having … Continue Reading →


Apologetic Wednesday: College, Questions, Doubt, and Truth

When I first entered college, I was opened up to a great many new ideas. Questions I had never even thought to ask were posed to me. New worldviews I … Continue Reading →


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