Spurgeon's Sorrows
Life is often accompanied by a multitude of labels — depression, introvert, ADHD, Aspergers. It can be important to identify your own issues so as to better understand yourself and your reaction to things, but it is similarly important to not rely too heavily on those labels as defining characteristics […]

Review: ‘Spurgeon’s Sorrows’ by Zack Eswine Understanding Depression ...

Here’s a seemingly simple question: Why do we end up walking away from God’s will for us? What is it that we, as Christians, are missing, that causes us to so regularly stray? It could simply be that we are human, and humans make mistakes. We have not been made perfect […]

Trees Don’t Leave The Stream, Why Would We?

354 - 20 December: Hark! The Herald Angel Sings
Each Theologically Singing is intended not as criticism, nor as blind faith. Rather, I expect to find God in each of these songs. Additionally, I will not be dealing with “live” versions and such, rather, just the lyrics.  /// /// Verse 1 Hark the herald angels sing “Glory to the newborn […]

Theologically Singing — Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Everyone I have ever known has left me. My life is littered with the memories of family, friends, and acquaintances who have left. My father left me when I was 7, and his family willingly fled him. My Mum’s siblings and their partners left soon after, leaving me alone with my Mum and […]

Alone, Again, and Broken

Discovering you like being single is an odd experience for a Christian. Here are some of the reasons why I believe God wants me to be in my 30s and single

Why I (Mostly) Enjoy Being Single

“Do not fear, for I am with you;” says the Lord in . “Do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you; I will help you; I will hold on to you with My righteous right hand.” These words form the heart of how we as […]

Satan’s Unlikely Emotional Footholds