Current Events · Whispers of Faith

My Candid Thoughts – On Living in a Culture of Fear

Almost every conversation I’ve had with someone in the last four months has, at some point, touched on COVID. It’s inescapable – it’s touched every part of our lives. And yet, we’re so fatigued by it. We don’t want to keep talking about it because we’re sick of its dominance in our lives, but somehow… Continue reading My Candid Thoughts – On Living in a Culture of Fear

Current Events

How Do I Think Rightly in an Age of Bias, Distortion, and Emotional Hype?

Almost two months ago, I shared a blog post about seeking an educated mind rather than emotional responses. Since that time, I have dived into the process of educating myself about current issues, and I have come to discover so much about the process of thinking rightly in the midst of all this turmoil. I’ve… Continue reading How Do I Think Rightly in an Age of Bias, Distortion, and Emotional Hype?

A Schoolteacher's Musings · Current Events

Are We Going to Whitewash History or Learn from It?

The statues are being toppled. The schools are being renamed. Modern works of genius about our Founding Fathers are being questioned. There is a growing cultural norm to look back on every influential leader in history and question their worth based on their beliefs or actions. And why, do you ask? Because we have a… Continue reading Are We Going to Whitewash History or Learn from It?

Dating · Men · Singleness · Women

Lie #6: “Staying Friends” is Always the Most Noble Thing to Do

A few summers ago I finished writing a book about singleness – how to walk through its dark stages and how to maximize it in its purposeful stages. I’m currently working on revising and editing it, and as I worked through this section tonight, I thought I’d share it with you all on the blog.… Continue reading Lie #6: “Staying Friends” is Always the Most Noble Thing to Do

A Schoolteacher's Musings · Relationship

Year Six of Teaching: The Year of Vulnerability & Grace

Every year (except for last year), I’ve written an “end-of-the-year” recap of what I learned as a teacher. It’s a way for me to process and close the year and hold close what set this year apart from the others. And I know what the history books will say set this year apart – obviously… Continue reading Year Six of Teaching: The Year of Vulnerability & Grace