My favorite television series this year has been Black Mirror. In a time where reality shows and competition shows floods the airwaves, Black Mirror offers a breath of air; each episode creates constructive conversations. In their episode, "Hated in the Nation," I found three lessons on the power of our words. Click here to continue reading more.
In society, we are quick to celebrate major accomplishments and milestones, such as graduations and weddings. However, if we focus too much on that accomplishment or milestone, we will belittle the process of getting to that point. Even more, we will become frustrated when we are not seeing the results we had desired.
Hey everyone! In honor of MLK Day, here are 5 Things I Admire about Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His resistance to retaliation in the face of adversity. I believe it is incredible -- that he and many others during the Civil Rights era -- did not fight back while being sprayed with hoses …
According to research, the average adult makes around 35,000 decisions each day. How do we know what are the right decisions? For the answer, we must go to God's Word and see what He forbids and commands us to do. Then we will have a clearer idea of God's will in every situation.
This year has been one of the best years of my adult life. In order to have an even more amazing year in 2018, I need to make some changes in my life. Continue reading to see what changes I’m putting into action next year.
This time of the year prompts us to reflect on all that we've experienced during the year. While we are grateful for the good times -- and that we got out of the bad times -- we are sometimes filled with regret. Regret for not pursuing something we had dreamed of, be it in our personal or professional lives. Let us not forget our dreams and go after them with vigor, no matter who is watching.
This summer, I had the amazing opportunity to go on my first mission trip with my church. I expected to share with others, but instead, I learned to much more about God and myself.
A recent experience taught me a very valuable lesson that I wanted to share with you. I was asked out on a date, but like always, I found a way to sabotage the date before I even went on it.