For the Cross

Today was an amazing morning. I got up at 5:30am to walk down with a group of friends to Blackstone Park to have a sunrise service. Truly felt amazing. Although it was a little too early for me, just being able to reflect on Christ’s sacrifice at the start of the day was great. We sawContinue reading “For the Cross”

A Christian’s Confession to the Church

For the longest time, I hated church. I called myself a Christian, I prayed to God, and I believed in the existence of a Savior. But I still despised the church. Sixth grade onwards, I regarded myself as an outsider. I physically felt a wall enclosing me and disconnecting me from fellowship and from normalContinue reading “A Christian’s Confession to the Church”

Snowy Sunday

The snow went up to my knees. I’ve never seen that much snow in a non-mountain setting before. New England is crazy with its weather. But it’s not necessarily the snow or rain that makes you cold; it’s the chilling wind. It feels like your face is being blown off or something, like walking intoContinue reading “Snowy Sunday”