No Feelings, No Problem

I am really not feeling motivated. I don't feel capable in ministry, I don't feel inspired, I don't feel excited. I don't feel like spending my days with preteens from broken families, or countless hours washing dishes for other people. I don't feel like it. What I feel like doing is being incredibly selfish, doing … Continue reading No Feelings, No Problem



Everyone is searching. Searching for direction, for meaning. And sometimes we find it,but only for a brief season. And when that season ends, we are searching again. Why are we here? What should we do with our life? Where do we find fulfillment and joy? Where are the answers to all humanity's starving desire? We … Continue reading Searching

Christianity Doesn’t Work

No. Christianity doesn't work. Not when¬†you live in half surrender, denying the Lord full reign in your life. When you minister on Sunday, living a selfish life the rest of the week. It never works when you confess some sin, keeping 'pet sins' hidden away, in the dark recesses of your heart. How do you … Continue reading Christianity Doesn’t Work


On the Front Cover

Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. Prov. 31:30   Beauty.Popularity.Perfection.Fame.Money.Acceptance.Flawlessness. These are some of the words I think about when I think of the models on the front cover of magazines. In an earthly sense, they have it all. But do they? Every … Continue reading On the Front Cover


Sowing and Praying

"Behold, a sower went out to sow..." ¬†Matthew 13:3 Thousands of people buzzed around Queens NYC, drawn in by the concert earlier in the afternoon. A group from my church decided it would be a good time to go hand out tracts and witness. I had handed out more tracts than I could count (and … Continue reading Sowing and Praying


The Loneliness Epidemic

It's not just me; scientist have confirmed that there is a modern epidemic in America. In the midst of social media notifications, text alerts, and new emails, people are becoming lonelier. In between potlucks, get togethers and coffee dates, there is an ache in the heart of many for someone to understand them, and for … Continue reading The Loneliness Epidemic


The Truth About Surrender

I sat on my bed, with my head bowed, although my eyes were open. Staring absentmindedly at my brown bedspread, I prayed. Ok, God. I surrender this to you. Take it. Do whatever you want with it. I want Your will, not my own. So yea... You can have it. I wouldn't say I felt … Continue reading The Truth About Surrender