Posts Categorized: My Thoughts

Feelings after Sandy Hook

I’m sorry to admit I feel the same way as Thabiti on how my feelings after the Sandy Hook shooting in Newton, CT. I am, however, genuinely thankful for his honesty: But I’ve been troubled by my own heart. I’m afraid I haven’t felt deeply enough. It’s not that I’ve been impassible, unmoved, unfeeling. It’s… Read more »

Why Thabiti Anyabwile Won’t Vote

Off the heels of Thabiti Anyabwile’s article on why W.E.B. DuBois wouldn’t vote in the upcoming election, Thabiti now gives some of his reasoning for why he won’t vote. Some excerpts that I particularly thought were interesting: Most voters are settling. And most of us will rationalize our settling by saying a few things to… Read more »


This is an example of true, genuine humility: Tim Tebow speaks on his overtime victory against the Steelers Pray for this man. I can’t imagine all of what he goes through.

A Talk on God’s Sovereignty in the Book of Job

A friend and I recently both prepared and gave short talks to each other with the purposes of encouraging one another and ultimately, to bring glory to God. Here’s my talk, which goes through the book of Job and looks at God’s sovereignty throughout it. Ross Bender – God’s Sovereignty in the Book of Job… Read more »

Thoughts on taking Sermon Notes

I read an interesting article the other day on taking notes while hearing a sermon. It’s a thought provoking read. Personally, I’ve been on both sides of this. In the past I have taken notes and found it to be beneficial. However, over the past 6 months or so I’ve transitioned to not taking notes…. Read more »