Theatre is different from literature because of the difference in visual experience.… Read More Theatre vs Literature
In Popologetics, Turnau focused on Christians respond to popular culture in an apologetic way. This takes a deliberate change of focus. There are five questions that can be used to interrogate any piece of popular culture: (1) what the story is, (2) what is the imaginative origin, (3) what grace-filled elements can be found, (4) what is perverse that can be found, and (5) how … Read More “Poplogetic” Chapter Review
You might be wondering, “Jade, what are you talking about? Why would I want to be either of those things?” Let me explain.… Read More Be a fountain not a drain
It’s Easter -> Resurrection Day! Can I just be blunt with you right now? People like to say that they found Jesus but in reality, they didn’t.… Read More What’s the deal with Easter?
What do you mean by that? I know, I know. While I was coming up with the title I thought this sounded a bit fishy as well. There’s nothing about the Bible to wager or debate upon. It’s all Truth. But, hear me out. At some point in a game show, whther it is Are… Read More Faith like a Game Show
This post includes affiliates. There is no extra charge to you when you purchase. You can read more about my disclosure in the footer. “The inspiring true story of Mandy Harvey—a young woman who became deaf at age eighteen while pursuing a degree in music—and how she overcame adversity and found the courage to live… Read More Sensing the Rhythm by Mandy Harvey
At church, our series is about the roles of Jesus. One of which is the Good Shepherd. The theme verse for the series is 1 Corinthians 2:1-2. “You’ll remember, friends, that when I first came to you to let you in on God’s master stroke, I didn’t try to impress you with polished speeches and… Read More The Good Shepherd
Love is a feeling so powerful that it can dictate your actions. Everyone in this world wants to find love. Whether that be a parent, friend, or significant other, people naturally have a desire to love and be wanted. The thing is, we already are before we were even thought of. It was written in… Read More The Story of Love
As we go about our day and years, our motivation for living and existing can get blind sighted. Is your motivation on pleasing God or making people happy? Both can make someone happy and can easily be confused. Trust me. You may go about your day realizing that you’re not happy. That void is God.… Read More What’s your Motivation?
“Jesus had to be treated like Barabbus in order for Barabbus to be treated like Jesus.”… Read More Jesus is a Loving Barabbas