An author described our generation as ‘lost’. Lost. Lost connotes the idea that it is gone, hopeless, disorientated. While many young people may show symptoms of this, we are not lost. We are not hopeless. There is always hope. It’s never gone too far that it can’t be brought back and amended.
As a Christian, I aim to live my life in accordance to God’s word; the Bible. In this present age, this is increasingly harder than in previous generations, because there a million-and-one new things to tempt us.
Stress is one thing that I have learnt never really and truly goes away, unless you do something about it. I like to talk about stress because I pretty much battle it everyday. There have been blogs on the topic, videos on the topic, talks about the topic; I’ve done everything. And yet, I still […]
He died, but now He’s alive. It’s a miracle. Easter Sunday.
So today I woke up to get ready for another routine day. But then instead of watching TV I put on the computer. I was checking my blog when I came across a blog about Running With God. So I clicked on it. Click here to check out her blog. What intrigued me the most was […]
Compromise. Conform. As a Christian, we need to learn to not compromise ourselves and our faith just to fit in. We will never fit in because we have a mission, a greater purpose. We cannot believe 2 different things. We cannot serve two different masters.