Now that I’m in university, there’s a lot of emphasis on bringing people out to church, ministering to friends, and the like. Which is amazing, and I really love! I really don’t have a problem with talking to people about God, which I’m grateful for, but I think that all of us as Christians can be guilty of a few mistakes when we try to evangelize to our friends. So here are some things that I try to keep in mind when I’m talking to my classmates about God, or just in general. [Read more…]
I am obsessed with personality tests. I love to analyze, and to understand fully why people act the way they do. In short, I like everything to be put into its rightful box.
My favourite type of test that I’ve found is called the Myers-Briggs test. It measures each person on 4 traits, with two levels each, giving a possible 16 types. When you read the description for your type, too, it’s as if it’s reading your mind. It’s a little freaky, and so addicting. [Read more…]
I’ve been here at university for 3 months now. And I’m starting to understand why a lot of students find their faith hit a stand-still when they come to university.
Being a Christian is easy in high school. You have your parents and friends keeping you accountable. Your pastor has known you for years. You’re involved in your church and your youth group–maybe you even help out with Kid’s Sunday School. [Read more…]
Something that I’ve noticed is that Christians really like rules.
Like, really like rules. We like to have our lives well-planned out–kind of like at a telemarketer’s office, with that giant binder with a response to anything the client might say.
See, rules are safe. They’ve got your back. [Read more…]
Music can be a bit of a touchy subject. What is appropriate? What’s not? Where should I stand on that grey area?
Well I can’t tell you what to do, but I will share with you my personal standards for music. [Read more…]