Sorta. Kinda. I’m not getting paid. I don’t want to get paid. It’s joy enough that 700 people will see something I wrote. What am I talking about you ask? And so I explain: At our church summer camp every year, they have a video about the rules. You know, typical church camp stuff like… Continue reading I’ve Been Employed!
Writing Tip Tuesdays Chapter 5: Point of View (Hey look, another Wednesday update. I suck at schedules.) Have you ever gotten a great idea for a story, and then realized you had no one to tell it? Sure, you’ve got the main character in place. But does everything happen to him alone? How much can… Continue reading WTT 5: Who’s Viewing the World–Me or He?
People have different callings in life. The apostle Paul talked in 1 Corinthians about different spiritual gifts and how those could apply in the church. We are drawn to different people groups when it comes to help. You’ve probably noticed this if you’ve ever spent any amount of time in a church building. Some people… Continue reading Celebrities: Humans Who Need God’s Love
I just told my best friend about this via video chat. So now it’s time to tell all my followers! You ready? Y’all ready? I got glasses! So take whatever mental image you had of me (if you had one, that is) and add a pair of purple glasses, because that’s what I look like… Continue reading A New Look
Weird Al is one awesome artist, and this is my favorite song from him. A parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” “Word Crimes” details many of the grammar mistakes that drive me absolutely crazy. In fact, when I first heard the song, I was making a mental list of authors on FanFiction.Net to send it… Continue reading The Worst Word Crimes (Written by a Word Criminal)
Writing Tip Tuesdays Chapter 4: Capitalization This is something we learn in the first grade. It’s the difference between large letters and small letters. It’s when to use them and when not to use them. So, why in the world do we have such a hard time with this?
The book of Mark holds one of the purest, truest, most desperate cries in the whole Bible. Coming from a mortal man, it was the cry of asking for belief he knew he could not achieve on his own. It was a desperate plea for mercy and for faith. And reading it over again, I… Continue reading Help My Unbelief!