7 Reasons Why You Should Start A Christian Blog

1. Christian blogging cultivates personal spiritual growth. When you start a Christian blog for the first time, you will have to research, introspect, and think deeply about Scripture. Having a blog forces you to organize your thoughts on a piece of paper or word document so you can upload it on the internet for the... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: The Painted Sky

The sleepy sun sets Across the orange painted sky Before the stars shine. Watching the sunset is a beautiful sight to behold. The sun paints the sky with this intense orange color, and it reflects off the clouds to make it shine even brighter. After the sun sets, nature displays it's brilliance yet again. The... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Singing in Winter Silence

Winter's silent mist Rises from the barren ground. Chirp! Chirp! A sweet bliss. In this haiku, winter's silent breaks from the sound of a bird chirping. It's a pleasant change. A sweet bliss. I remember as a child walking to the school bus stop in the quiet mist through the hard, barren ground. Then hearing... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: God Enthroned Above

God enthroned above. Stronger than a lion's jaw. Gentler than a dove. In this haiku, I wanted to express my deep adoration for the living God. He is enthroned above. He is the ruler over all the kings and queens of the earth. His kingdom has no end. The Lord most high is majestic and... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Eternal Seed

The seed is buried. It quickly sprouts from the ground To the afterlife. When we plant a seed into the ground, it has the capacity to grow into a beautiful flower or a massive tree. Isn't that amazing? Meditate on this truth for a second. Growing up, I enjoyed going to the local park. The... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Unique Creation

All snowflakes unique. The iris in our eyes too. Watching the ice fall.  Have you noticed how each snowflake has its own unique pattern? The same is true for the iris in our eyes. The complex pattern of nature in snow and the eyes in Earth's creatures resonate with my soul. To me, this view... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: The Lost Soul

A silhouette speaks Like a crow in winter snow Or a man's lost soul.  This Haiku was created by me, but I want to hear your thoughts. How do you interpret this poem? What do you believe it is conveying?

Haiku Poem: Dancing Fog

An arising fog Dances on the crystal lake. Symphony of youth. Have you ever seen the fog arise on a crisp morning day? How about the way it dances and floats on top of a lake? What beautiful scenery it is. I had a lake where I grew up and went fishing. The early dew... Continue Reading →

Poem: The Charm Of Wintery Nights

My breath turns to fog. My feet crunch in snow. I sit on nature's log As the cold wind blows. There is beauty here In the winter's calm. The moon is so clear As I warm my palms. Gazing the night sky Introspecting life Wondering just why There is pain and strife. But the stars... Continue Reading →

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