Community is vital for growth. We all crave acceptance and strong relationships. Human beings naturally gravitate towards being a part of something greater than themselves. But, when strengthening your community turns into a competition, we forget about the relationships we have already cultivated. Our lust for more people is greater than our love for the people that we already have.
Sticky words aren’t always laced with honey. If you have ever grieved the words of a Christian, I am so sorry.
Bullying for Christ is not bold faith, but actually a bad practice of The Gospel.
Do you ever struggle with feeling like you have to put on a face to walk into a church? Maybe you feel like Christians are secretly judging you for who you truly are. If you have ever felt like you needed to a mask to cover your true identity, this one is for you.
Change is a good thing.
Happy New Years! Who’s ready for some new year resolutions and goal setting? If you’re anything like us, you’ve already got your vision boards mapped out and ready to take on 2019.
We’ve had some big wins and terrible losses. Here is our year-end review of life’s challenges, experiences, successes, trials and triumphs of 2018.
Happy anniversary to us! We actually just celebrated our wedding anniversary this past week. On December 17th, 2016, we said “I do” to forever adventures and coffee dates. But what made our Johnston wedding unique? We added a special, old Irish tradition to our wedding vows!
Ahh, the beloved Starbucks. Just as the pumpkin spice frenzy starts to fade out, Starbucks rolls out their Holiday menu. But their coffee menu isn’t the only thing that changes. Year after year, Starbucks continues to launch their new Holiday designs. However, the highly anticipated Holiday cups seem to stir up a lot of controversies. Starbucks (still) doesn’t have a Jesus coffee cup.
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy, especially during the holidays. People always say that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. But for some, the holidays can be a time of loneliness, isolation, and depression due to loss and tragedy. For some, Christmas is the hardest time of the year.