Why 2020 Has Been the Best and Worst Year of My Life

On January 2nd, 2020, I published the most ironic blog post of my life. Titled "Why 2020 Will Be the Best Year of My Life", the post outlined my plans for the year and detailed how I thought the year would go. Boy, was I wrong. In fact, I was so far off, it's rather …

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Christ, the God of Fulfillment

Even in the darkest of times, God is good. It seems cliche, doesn't it? Yet over the last eight weeks, this has become my mantra. I have repeated it over and over again, and the words still haven't lost their meaning. We all suffer. It's part of being human. Some suffer more than others, leaving …

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Hope: The Defining Line Between Salvation and Disbelief

Hope. The defining factor between Christianity and Secularism. As I wrote about in my previous post, defining hope within Christ, we understand hope as being grounded on the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ and truth of the Gospel, complete contentment within Christ and His plan, having released our sorrows and stress to Him, …

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