Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Stressed Out

         Today I thought I'd talk about stress. No, I'm not going to define stress for you. But, I'll tell you what stress is like for me. After all, student life can be stressful at times. Juggling coursework, a job and a personal life can be difficult to do, especially for five years - and believe me, it has been hard. But I'm thankful that God faithfully provides me with the best support possible. Then again, there have been times where I wanted to go back to a simpler time where I didn't have to handle so much responsibility, or deal with obstacles that try to cause me trouble.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Hello 2016 - #Diamonds

Happy (belated) new year, everyone!

I know it has been a couple of months. I just haven't felt inspired enough to write or was too busy to think of writing here. However, I'll explain a little bit of how things have been and what we can potentially see in the future.

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Fall 2015 - So Far

Me with my friend and MSVUSU president, Justin (left)
         I know it's been a few months since the last time I wrote here; I had been a bit occupied over the summer. However, I am already on the journey to see what God has in store. Also, I have come across a few new things and people recently, which is rewarding in and of itself.

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Basic: Holy Spirit

In continuation with my Basic Series adventure with my college n' careers group, we watched the third video: Holy Spirit. This video talks about who the Holy Spirit is and some thoughts on why the Holy Spirit we read in the New Testament doesn't seem to be present today in our churches. Here are just a small amalgamation of some thoughts my group mates and I after viewing the video.

Is it just me, or have we sort of cheapened the person of the Holy Spirit? What I mean is, why is it that we talk about the Holy Spirit when we're in church, and we have this predictable nature with our services that nothing about it seems to be supernatural, if natural at all. Why doesn't the presence of the Holy Spirit not appear or sound similar to something like what the Apostles experienced in Acts?