McLobsters and McPizzas

Does McDonald’s serve Lobsters or Pizzas? I am posing these questions to people who ask about the seeming inconsistencies found in The Bible.  I placed emphasis on the word “SEEMING” to point out that there are no inconsistencies in God’s word; Read more »

The Hewn Stone

Most of man’s problems arise from discarding God’s ways and replacing it with their own. God’s ways are always made out of love and wisdom; hence, it is the best decision of humanity to simply obey Him. Read more »

Psycho-Spirituality and Christian Counselling

I want to begin by setting the definition that “spirituality”, in the current context of mental health or psycho-spirituality, simply means our relationship to God. So, when we say I have a “healthy spiritual life”, it means that you are in good terms with God. Read more »

2017 The Year of Change

Welcome to 2017 and the year of the rooster! My last log was (shamefully) from a few months ago, and since we still have the new year spirit in our consciousness, I would like to start off with a reminder to everyone about God’s ways to change.  Well, first of […] Read more »

Snowball Blessings

Blessings are cultivated A blessing opens doors to more blessings.  It doesn’t just end with one answered prayer.  When The Lord sets you up with a  big project, rest assured that is only the beginning and this will be your open doorway to bigger and greater blessings. Read more »

History, Jesus and the Easter Bunny

It’s that time of year again for hot cross buns and chocolate! Let that Easter bunny hide chocolate eggs around my house and I won’t question why a bunny would do that, who cares? Chocolate is so good! Seriously, what a bunny rabbit has to do with the historicity of […] Read more »

2016 The Year of Active Hope!

Welcome to the first working week of 2016 where the holiday season officially ends and reality kicks in.  In times such as this, we are faced with 2 types of people: the ones who hold on to 2015 out of fear and the ones who can’t wait to grab what’s […] Read more »