10 People I Love Most

I love people.  I really do.  I love meeting new people and I love building relationships with the people that I already know.  However, as most of you will agree, some people are hard to love. Being honest, the original idea behind this post was going to be “People I Love the Least,” highlighting the kinds…

My Jewish Roommate

I am a Christian.  I have been for almost 7-years now.  If you’ve ever been to church or have Christian friends, you probably know that Christianity puts a big emphasis on evangelism.  Evangelism is a fancy word for “telling people about Christianity.”  Christianity isn’t the only religion with this focus, in fact, tons of religions…

16 Tips for the GentleWomen

After reading my 28 Tips for the Gentlemen, a lot of women have asked me if I have any tips for them.  I tried to come up with a few and you may be surprised that a lot of the same concepts apply to both sides.  Here are some of the things I believe make an…

The World Needs You

Maybe you were like me as a Jr. High student and you wanted to be “cool.” Being “cool” looks like a lot of different things in a lot of different places, but I think most Jr. High kids want to fit in, make friends, and be  “cool.” This isn’t really limited to Jr. High, sometimes…

Chase Our Dreams

I am a deeply analytical thinker.  Sometimes this is great and sometimes its awful.  But the one thing I hate about being wired so logically is that it has inhibited my ability to dream.  My mind is logical, but my heart is dreaming.  Some of my biggest dreams appear unrealistic.  One of my biggest dreams…

15 Things I Wish I Knew Before College

I just recently finished up my first four years of college. Like most, I was pretty excited for college but I didn’t know what quite to expect. I have put together a list of some of the things I wish I knew before I got here. 1. Who you used to be doesn’t really matter…

Who I Really Am

I write and talk about a lot of different things, some of which have earned me respect and some have done just the opposite.  I often get messages or sit-down in conversations with people who have a much different perception of me than who I really am.  What I mean by this is, often people…

28 Tips for the Gentlemen

All boys will one day be men, but not all men will be gentlemen. Here are some tips I have put together from a little research as well as a little bit of my personal life. 1.  Get the door.  This is obvious, but time and time again I watch men fail.  I don’t even…

To My Future Wife

How’s it lookin, good-lookin? I don’t know who you are yet.  I don’t know what you look like.  I don’t know the color of your eyes.  I don’t know the color of your skin.  I don’t know your name.  There are a lot of things that I don’t know about you, but there are a…

Is Jesus the ONLY way?

It is Christmas time!  Christmas is cool.  I’m not in love with it, but it is a wonderful time of the year.  This is probably the 2nd highest grossing season for church go-ers, right behind Easter.  Most people know it is Jesus’ birthday and many gather on Saturday nights and Sunday mornings to acknowledge the…

The Anti-Gospel

In the 21st century, the American Church is more known for what it is against than what it is for.  I was watching a late night talk-show host interview people on the street asking them to recite the “Ten Commandments.”  Most of the people did pretty good.  “Don’t steal.  One God.  Dont say God’s name…

Is college worth it?

I am a 1st-generation college grad completing my senior year as we speak… literally (I’m sitting in Ancient Philosophy).  I grew up in a home, much like many of you, where I was not only encouraged to go to college, but was expected to.  And here I am sitting through hours on hours of lectures…