For some time (maybe longer than I would have wanted), I’ve been wrestling with going in the direction that God wants me to go in.
Welp. Here it goes. Another night, another message. Lol! j/k j/k
One thing I have come to full realization of, especially as a Christian (can’t cannot mention that) is that you are not too young to do what you love. Yes, there will be times when maturity and development, etc. will come with time therefore some opportunities will have to wait but God won’t ever disqualify you from being used because of your age alone. Continue reading “You Are Not Too Young To Do What You Love & Make A Difference”
Man oh man.
The hardest transition I’ve ever been through (so far) is definitely my transition in moving away to college. Yet, I can say that this transition has also been the most rewarding of my life yet and I’ve also grown and matured in many ways. Continue reading “My transition to College: Isolation, Loneliness, Insecurity, Lust”
Fatherlessness has unfortunately affected many families and generations. It’s a topic sensitive for many and when thought about can arouse feelings of anger, confusion, sadness, insecurity, and doubt. God ordained man to be the head of the household (1 Corinthians 11:3) and when the father is missing or not leading as he should; it affects the family. Don’t get me wrong, the mother, family members, and the church can then step in to help as needed but the father plays such a vital role in families that when he is missing it can affect generations after.
The new year’s posts start flooding our timelines right along with the memes criticizing those New Year, New Me posts. Let’s be honest, we don’t want to be “that person”. However, we all find ourselves sometimes wanting to change and we usually see a new year as one of the best times to start setting some new goals and working towards what it is we would like to change about ourselves or maintain. As humans we never want to actually be the same and we usually strive to improve. New starts that may prompt change in our lives may be:
- A new semester
- A new school year
- New year
The adrenaline from how “new” everything seems gets you excited and worked up. Continue reading “New Year, Same You”