A hole in the head

We often hear about biblical heroes doing amazing deeds. Performing miracles, saving nations, changing the hearts of kings. However there's one story that sticks out to me more than any other. About someone so fragile destroying a powerful enemy and saving an entire nation inchained. No it wasn't David. It wasn't any other man mentioned... Continue Reading →

The Body of Christ – Part 3

For the next few weeks I'll be sharing about The Body of Christ - how we are all different parts but part of the same body (Romans 12:1-8). If you have missed any of the series check our blog posts for the others. I hope you enjoy reading and find some insight into how we... Continue Reading →

Leaving Behind

You keep wishing for the day When you can lift your head When theres no pain in Your heart and you don't feel dead You speak the same words Over yourself like they're truth And it leaves a wound In your heart that's never truly healed I know I can't open up and help you... Continue Reading →

Imitating Intimacy

Often other guys ask what's wrong with me. They mistake me as being homosexual because I treat women differently. I don't "check out" random women who are pretty. I don't complain about my wife. I look at women entirely differently. In fact, and it's sad to say, differently than even other Christian men. All of... Continue Reading →

Moonless Night

Darkness, she is my lover; my horrid friend. She comes to me when I'm alone and wraps me in her cold embrace. She cries with me; but it's all just a mirror. Her lips well as she presses them against mine. Ice pierces my soul as I lay in her satin sheets. Something within me... Continue Reading →

What do you tell Yourself?

For as long as I can remember I had a monster growing at the edge of my life, he towered over my self-esteem and beat me down everytime I tried to tell the truth about who I was. Crazy thing is that monster still exists but every day his spine grows weaker, as I grow... Continue Reading →

When the Spotlight Fades

Despite how similar you are to someone else or how much your opinion mimics theirs, there will almost always be a disagreement somewhere down the line, whether that's to do with personality differences or experiences.

Faith Like Fire

Often when we feel like we're not good enough, it's not because we are. It's usually because we think God won't accept someone who's broken; with scars, cuts, flaws and a past.

Wired

We spend so much time focusing on church that we get swept up in duties rather than doing things to show God how much we love and honour Him.

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