Tag Archives: Men

Farewell to Wimpy Christianity.

2Tim 1:7 For God has not given us a spirit of timidity, but of power and love and discipline.                                                                                       My walk with God has been a very interesting and frustrating adventure this year. I’ve offended quite a few people, … Continue reading

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Manning Up: Pass It On (Part 3 of 3).

    When I first decided to write on the idea of manliness I was unsure I would be able to have enough to say to fill up three blogs. But the more I’ve explored it, the more I’ve realized how … Continue reading

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The Costa Rica Trip: First Aid, Paintings, Big Yellow Flippers, and the Gospel.

     I figured I would interrupt my current series on manliness to bring you all an update pertaining to my Costa Rica trip. Let me just open by saying this: God is astounding. That is essentially all I have to … Continue reading

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Manning Up: Work Harder (Part 2 of 3).

     I find it incredibly ironic that one of the greatest lessons I’ve learned about being a man came from a horse. Boxer, the horse from George Orwell’s Animal Farm presents an exemplary image of the work ethic that every … Continue reading

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Manning Up: No Excuses. (Part 1 of 3)

     I’ve been going through a lot of stressful circumstances this past year and it has been causing me to think about what it looks like to go from being a boy to being a man. I suppose I’ve just been feeling … Continue reading

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Resounding.

     Well, this feels like the longest I’ve gone without blogging since I began, and I suppose it’s due to a lack of time spent on the computer. Well, I don’t have a large and eloquent post, but here’s a poem … Continue reading

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How Feminism Destroys Chivalry.

Anyone that knows me probably knows that I am a complete philosophy nerd. I love understanding, contradicting, and correcting other viewpoints. I love discovering, defending, and declaring truth. Yet, for the most part I try to avoid attacking opponents unless it’s necessary. … Continue reading

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