So today I was driving and praying about the blog, wondering what today's post would be about. When God speaks to me He usually puts something on my heart and I can't get it off my mind. That happened today and I was really thinking a lot about how I serve Him. This led me … Continue reading What Are You Good At?
For we walk by faith, not by sight. I sometimes blog by faith as well. I sit down here with no idea of what I'm going to write about and allow the Holy Spirit to lead me wherever. Today is one of those days. I really have no specific idea here, just a few things … Continue reading Reaching The Broken Ones
I know that there are a lot of people in the church with mental illness. I know that, unfortunately, the church hasn't been very successful at addressing these issues and oftentimes this results in people hiding their illness and kind of living in the shadows. This is exactly who I write this blog for. I … Continue reading Never Lose Hope
So I have been reading my way through the book of Acts lately and today I found myself in chapter 16. Here we find the account of Paul, Silas and Timothy as they travel from place to place preaching the gospel of Christ to all who will listen. In verses 16-18 we see that a … Continue reading The Joy Of The Lord Is My Strength
I might not know a lot about some things but I am an expert on living with schizoaffective disorder. Being a Christian adds a whole other dynamic to it as well. It is something that is both challenging and rewarding at the same time. It is not an easy sort of life, to be sure. … Continue reading Faith And Schizoaffective Disorder
I am a man who loves God. I think anybody who knows me probably knows that about me. I am not the best Christian. I am not the holiest. I am not the most knowledgeable or most well-spoken. But I am a man who has experienced the life-changing experience of Christ's salvation and I can't … Continue reading Loving The God Who Loves Me
Wikipedia defines paranoia as "an instinct or thought process believed to be heavily influenced by anxiety or fear, often to the point of delusion and irrationality". It goes on to say that paranoia typically includes persecutory thinking, or beliefs of conspiracy concerning a perceived threat towards oneself. This sounds like a pretty good explanation. That … Continue reading Paranoia And Me