Minesweeper and The Sovereignty of God


Remember Minesweeper?  Now an outdated, comparably low-tech computer game, Minesweeper used to be an entertaining way to pass time.  The goal was simple – don’t get blown up by a mine.  The player would click buttons on a grid, revealing whether or not a mine was underneath each one.  The game would continue until the player “stepped on” a mine … Read More

Limitless Faith


“Spirit, lead my where my trust is without borders.” Those are the words I sang repeatedly this weekend when David and I took the youth group to Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters.  I had never heard Hillsong’s “Oceans” before, but we sang it multiple times over the course of a few days, and I made a mental note to download it on … Read More

Keeping Secrets

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It’s been over three weeks since I started this blog, and I have yet to mention it to anyone.  It has been liberating to privately process my thoughts using the written word.  And over the past three weeks, I have accomplished part of my goal for this blog – I have been preaching the truth to myself as I type.  … Read More

I’ll Deny Christianity If…

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One of my Facebook friends recently posted about the evidence it would take to persuade her to deny her Christian faith.  It got my wheels turning, for sure. I consider myself to be pretty committed to my Christian beliefs (mainly because of Jesus’ commitment to me, but that’s a post for another day).  I take my beliefs seriously, and I … Read More