pulling the plug: complete disconnection on an under-developed island

There’s something to be said about complete disconnection. Disconnection not of your choosing, that happens spontaneously. Imagine all the means to contact anyone you love […] Read More

have God, will travel: keeping faith while living abroad

Being away from what’s familiar can really throw you off kilter. Travel, as fun and exciting as it is, can quickly turn draining. This is […] Read More

finding peace in your body image and faith

The relationship we have with our bodies is constantly changing. Perhaps the one consistent thing in it is how we can incorporate body image and […] Read More

a whole lot of Israel: reading the Old Testament

Reading the Bible isn’t easy. Let me rephrase that: reading the Old Testament isn’t easy. Densely packed with information galore, the Old Testament is an […] Read More

what it means to always serve God

When we think of what it means to serve God, we likely see someone preaching from a pulpit. They’re seeking out new followers, or maybe […] Read More

is Christianity the only “right” religion?

John 14:6 reminds us of this quote from Jesus: “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father […] Read More

organized religion is dead: let’s be more like Jesus

Organized religion is dead. Our values no longer align with religion. We’ve lost our faith. We’re becoming more secular every day and won’t revert back […] Read More

am I a pushy Christian? how to humbly share your faith

Christianity and religion in general are on shaky ground. We’ve come to a point where organized spirituality is less popular and more politically driven. Both […] Read More

managing money with God: His role in our finances

One of our most prominent universal worries is money. I wish that wasn’t the case, and we could all live in this magical utopia where […] Read More

science and faith can (and should) coexist

To some, I’m a hypocrite. My beliefs conflict with one another. I’m not a “true believer.” I’m standing in some awkward purgatory of ideas, too […] Read More