Christian Newspaper · Our Children

A Christian Perspective on Thirteen Reasons Why

So some time and meditation changed my mind on Thirteen Reasons Why. You can read why here at the Good News Newspaper. The article was written as a call to action, a sort of PSA, a way to breakthrough to our children. We may be raising them in Christ, but they are still living in… Continue reading A Christian Perspective on Thirteen Reasons Why

California · finding yourself

Unsure where to go? To the last place where God met you

“We do not need to go away into the depths and the darkness in order to realize the warmth of the light.”  MacLaren Expositions of Holy Scripture It was troubling for me yesterday to read a meditation about a passage in John which discussed Peter going back to his “old” life as a fisherman and… Continue reading Unsure where to go? To the last place where God met you

Easter · Feminism

Jesus started the Feminist movement

“Nothing had been said of Mary’s return to the tomb; but how could she stay away? The disciples might go, but she lingered, woman-like, to indulge in the bitter-sweet of tears. Eyes so filled are more apt to see angels.” MacLaren Expositions of Holy Scripture John 20:1-John 20:18 I struggled with the readings of the… Continue reading Jesus started the Feminist movement

pain · trials

If it’s easy for you to be a Christian, you’re doing it wrong

I tossed and turned last night. I have tendonitis in my left shoulder, strep throat, a mouth full of sores as a result of that and had a fall out with a friend I love dearly. I’ve been so sick I can’t even muster up the strength to cry, and while I haven’t cursed God,… Continue reading If it’s easy for you to be a Christian, you’re doing it wrong