Into your Arms, A Lenten Reflection


Today many people try to make Jesus out to be this hippy type of person who spoke softly and walked around with a smile on his face and a daisy in his hands. You know they type, the “Jesus Loves You” type. Sure, yes I know that Jesus loves me and I know that Jesus … Continue reading Into your Arms, A Lenten Reflection

Kid-Free Zones…


A few weeks ago I read an article about a restaurant that has a no kid policy. I read the article, and have to say, I agree, the owner of the restaurant has the right to banning children under the age of 6. But I never thought of it again, that is until today…   … Continue reading Kid-Free Zones…

Crazy Times


In this crazy times, I am not shocked at much anymore, and what a sad statement on life that is. Now some liberals may say that this is enlightenment, me, I say it is sad. How is it that when we desensitize ourselves it is enlightenment. When we remove the vale of decency or modesty … Continue reading Crazy Times

A thought out process of growth


I have friends and family members that are of the belief that their actions affect no one that they live in a bubble; their actions are there’s alone. What a sad way to live life. If you ask me, that is not even living. Our lives are made to connect to others, to interact with … Continue reading A thought out process of growth

The Choice


To live life in fear is a way of life for many; they seem to thrive on it. They like to live life always scared, scared of the everyday, scarred of the unknown and the known.   To them life is something to run from, something to hide from, and they do it many ways. … Continue reading The Choice

Authentic Freedom


Authentic freedom does not meant doing what you want when you want to whom you want, but rather it means, understand who you are, and that you are not alone here.   All too often we think of freedom as a free for all. But freedom does not mean that, in any way shape or … Continue reading Authentic Freedom

Sin, God and Us…


Sin is a four letter word, and one that we all seem to like to use. We seem to be drawn to what we know is bad for us, not only here on earth but also in the afterlife. Why is that? I could just say it’s not my fault, and blame it on my upbringing or … Continue reading Sin, God and Us…