Walk through an ancient cemetery and odds are that you will be enthralled with the grim beauty of the buildings around you. Old mausoleums are stately, if for no other reason than their weathered and whitewashed stonework. Yet, no matter how beautiful the tombs in a cemetery look on the outside, you know that to look inside would be a horrifying glimpse of decay and death. Continue reading “The Making of a Walking, Breathing Mausoleum”
We make really, really terrible gods. Continue reading “we make terrible gods”
Typing this in a living room lit only by glowing pumpkins and flickering candles, I only have to glance over my laptop screen to see my worn copy of Night of the Living Dead Christian by Matt Mikalatos sitting on the coffee table in front of me. Continue reading “What Monster Are You?”
All the people who say Jesus will totally satisfy are lying to you.
Okay…that sounds a little harsh. Let’s backtrack. Continue reading “Jesus Will Make You Hungrier”
I think everyone has their own personal definition of ‘discipline.’ Continue reading “No Pain, No Gain: What Hebrews 12 Has To Say On Discipline”
I’m a writer, and therefore, used to digital criticism, insults, and the occasional threat. Continue reading “Acting Like Jesus in the Age of Internet Trolls”
There are days, weeks, months, where someone (or something) consumes every waking thought, no matter how hard I try to redirect my focus. Continue reading “The Guide to Reclaiming Headspace”