Zero Visibility

A former teacher of mine once used driving as a metaphor for our walk with Christ. In the first part of his example, he painted a scene of a drive through Kansas. The flat open land makes it possible to see for miles in every direction, a drivers dream. This is not at all what … Continue reading Zero Visibility

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S*ngleness & Other Bad Words

After being back in Houston for about two months now, I was excited when a friend of mine reached out to me about the prospect of me visiting Nacogdoches (Nac) in the near future. A small East Texas college town that had a big impact on me, and where I gained some great friends, including … Continue reading S*ngleness & Other Bad Words

Cross Carrying

I believe it was a Friday. Work, like many of you if not all know well, has its duties and responsibilities that are pretty much routine, occurring very regularly and almost always go about in the same fashion. For me, working within San Francisco Worship Center as an Assistant Church Coordinator is no different. I … Continue reading Cross Carrying

The ‘S’ Word: Submission

I Timothy 2: 8-14 "Therefore I want the men everywhere to pray, lifting up holy hands without anger or disputing. 9 I also want the women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, adorning themselves, not with elaborate hairstyles or gold or pearls or expensive clothes, 10 but with good deeds, appropriate for women who … Continue reading The ‘S’ Word: Submission

Entering the Filth

Remaining optimistic was proving to be difficult. The words "Room Clean"open up a world of disturbing possibilities in the Tenderloin, and I was questioning if volunteering for this assignment was a good decision. But the choice had been made, and I grabbed a bag filled with cleaning supplies and protective gear, and headed off with … Continue reading Entering the Filth

About

Christian Journeys. Essentially  a play on words. Inpart about me (Christian) and the journeys life sends my way everyday, and also inpart about the journeys Christians tend to find themselves on as a whole, at least in my opinion. I'm a graduate from a University in East Texas, an intern at my local church, an … Continue reading About