A year ago, I came out to my parents. I remember the night I wrote it like it was last night. I was on the phone with one of my friends, Colin, because I knew if I wasn't, the letter would never make it past the Microsoft Word program. I wrote the letter - it... Continue Reading →
It is midnight, and I just finished reading a book titled, It Looks Like This, by Rafi Mittlefehldt. This book is written in the perspective of a high school freshman named Mike. He just moved into a new town with his parents, sister, and dog. At his new school, he meets a dude named Sean. Long and beautiful story short, they fall in love.
I recently started an internship at the church I have been going to for a couple of months. It is just my second week there, but I feel like I've been there for so much longer. (I mean that in the totally good way!!) I have accomplished so much in just two weeks - I... Continue Reading →
This week has been very eventful, but it's only Tuesday. Yesterday, Pope Francis affirmed LGBTQ+ identities reportedly saying that God made no mistakes when humans were made. LGBTQ+ are made in God's image. It's something I've believed since I became Christian, and I think most people believe that. But, to hear a large figure head... Continue Reading →
This past Tuesday, I flew to Michigan which is where I am as I write this. I only fly Southwest, but after the past few weeks of press they have had, I was a bit nervous. Of course the flight itself was perfectly fine only a little turbulence, but that's to be expected. It was... Continue Reading →
A couple of Sundays back, I had the wonderful opportunity to preach the message at the church I attend. If you would like to watch, click here. We are doing a six week series about joy, and I shared about how I find joy in my identity as Christ's child and how we all should.... Continue Reading →