An alternative solution to free tuition, the "coming of age" credit respects the place of non-college options and the aid they may require.
Don't get caught in a marrige you're not prepared for. Make sure to thoroughly discuss these ten topics before popping the question (or accepting).
Don't know what to do about your teenager that wants to date? Here are ten tips to help navigate the teenage tempest of romantic relationships.
Suck at Valentine's Day? Don't wanna spend the most romantic night of the year on the couch? Here's some things to consider.
This is a classroom reflection on Ch. 5 of Paul Fiddes' book "Past and Present Salvation". That chapter does not need to be read in order to understand the argument of this article.
"For we do not have a high priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses but was in all points tempted as we are yet without sin." --Heb. 4:15
A continuation from Part I. This section focuses on supersessionism and inter-religious dialogue.
The purpose of this paper is three-fold—to briefly examine the history of Judeo-Christian interaction, to examine supersessionism, and to apply this to future inter-religious dialogue.
Part II of "Why is Marriage Indissoluble"
The following is not meant to be a step by step manual for fixing a bad relationship. Rather, it is meant to be an examination of one's self and the relationship as a method of analysis to figure out what aspects of the relationship need attention if the relationship as a whole is to be fixed.
Almost everyone agrees good communication as essential to any healthy relationship. No matter how good you are at it, however, no one is ever perfect, and since communication is a two-person art, it's twice as likely to get messed up.
The first installment of the Chronicles of Ekklia--a series of short stories for adolescents. "The Great Knight of Malterum", tells of the efforts of the King's son to win the hearts of his people, and establish a new kingdom.
What's the difference between a friend and a romantic relationship? A measurement of 4 different elements should help you decide.
An attempt to show modern psychological theories as evidence for an immaterial human soul.
Should Christians judge? What does it mean to judge? What do we REALLY mean when we say Christian's shouldn't "judge".
An examination of gender communication through the "spaghetti vs waffle" example. I add a bit of my own interpretation as well.
What is a Religious Pilgrimage and what is it's purpose.
A look at what it means to glorify God. How do we do it and where does the term come from? AMDG.
A Short pithy hub about why coincidence really doesn't exist!
Why do humans naturally have a desire to bare their soul--to be stripped down to the core of their being showing complete and utter vulnerability? Because we long to be seen. We fight to be understood. We live to be loved. We were created for...
An exploration of the term "Holiness"--it's etymology, biblical usage, and its application to Christian life.
According to a recent study, the religious knowledge of our church is hurting. Who's to blame for the lack of Catechesis, and how do we fix it?
We are immersed in Postmodernism and so many of us do not even know what it is. This article aims to outline postmodernism and it's development as well as its positive and negative effects on the Christian Church
Long Distance Relationships are not easy. It is for that very reason that anyone can Google "Long Distance Relationship" and come up with thousands of ways to make them work. One thing I have found to be lacking the most important aspect of any relationship--Spirituality. Therefore, here I aim to...
I believe that these steps are both simple and complex--self-evident and yet revealed. I also believe that, because of the human condition, true and consistent peace is hard if not impossible to come by. It is indeed the journey of a lifetime. However, I hope that these 5 steps speak some truth to...
Details the importance of forming relationships in a ministry setting, as well as 5 strategies to help you work relationally.
Furthering my integration of Theology and Psychology, this hub explains Kholberg's stages of Moral development, as well as Virtue, and asks the philosophical question about how the two interact. If you like hard questions, speculation, or need to know about virtue or Kohlberg, this hub is for you.
Dr. James Fowler's theory of Faith Development is the epitome of Theology and Psychology integration. This article outlines the basics of Fowler's theory and then applies it the practice of Evangelization. Want to evangelize more effectively, or just know more about Faith Development? This...
An in-depth explanation about the story of the Centurion and His servant. Includes exploration of the Greek text, the context of the narrative, and what it means for us today.
Are you a religious ed. teacher, a confirmation teacher, or just a parent who wants to teach their child religion? Keep these 10 tips in mind when teaching teens about their faith!
J.R.R. Tolkien is arguably one of the most beloved and influential writers of modern times. His works are also inherently (though not obviously) Christian in nature. Read this article to learn more about Tolkien as a person, and some of the symbolism he used through his most famous trilogy.
A Hub that aims to integrate theology and psychology, by showing how certain personality profiles can aid in a better understanding of the human person with a spiritual twist.
This hub chronicles a few of my personal spiritual struggles. It is my hope that you can identify with them and realize you are not alone in the struggle for Holiness!
A story about how I learned my Guardian Angel's name, and how you can learn yours.
Psalm 130, the De Profundis, is my favorite Psalm because I think it so adequately highlights the state of life for the human individual, and so rightly captures the essence of “waiting for the Lord”. The concept of waiting for the Lord is of...
A hub outlining the basics of modesty, why we should do it, and why we should educate our children about it.