I remember when I was around 10 years old, my friends and I walked around town during recess one time. One of my buddies at the time led the group to a small culvert along the railway tracks where he hid a Playboy magazine to show everyone. Clearly this wasn't the first time the guys … Continue reading My Thoughts on the Sexual Revolution
Ever since I was little, I've always had really bizarre dreams. Growing up in a rural farm community, I vividly remember having frequent dreams of running down the gravel road away from home in hopes to explore the world beyond, only to arrive back at the farm from the other end. In some ways, living … Continue reading Can Dreams Be Spiritual?
In my early twenties, I've had some former friends I once worked for tell me that if you plead the blood of Jesus, God will protect you from any potential problems or hardships you may have and will bless you immensely with prosperity. Upon hearing this, I recited this form of prayer almost every day for … Continue reading What is the Meaning of Suffering?
When I first started blogging last year, I have to admit I was not in a good headspace. It started out as a cathartic means of sorting through the years of cluttered baggage within me as well as a chance to be angry on the internet. And to an extent, it still has a tendency to be that type of outlet. … Continue reading My Struggle with Forgiveness
It's been over a year since I first started blogging about my life experiences relating to Christianity (as well as other random musings), so I figured it was time to list all my articles from February 2016 to February 2017! Thank you all for continuing to support me through reading my articles, sharing your experiences with me, constructive … Continue reading A Summary of Thoughts Unravelled: February 2016 – February 2017
I'd like to talk about something personal to me that may be a taboo subject for some, especially for those within Christian circles. I'd like to talk about my struggle with depression. Everyone has baggage. Everyone is a product of their past, but no one's past defines their value as a person. While no two … Continue reading My Cross to Bear
Everybody is a product of their past. The choices I've made, good and bad, are the reason why I'm still here and have shaped me to become who I am this very day. That being said, I'd like to share with you something close to my heart. I grew up on a farm near a small … Continue reading Nu-Metal Saved My Life