Changing my relationship with money is part of my sanctification process.
Like anything, it’s ongoing. God’s taken my dependent, somewhat possessive relationship with moola, combined with my pride, to draw me closer to Him to show me that money isn’t really my security blanket. Read more
Money can be a distraction from my relationship with God – in times when I feel like I don’t have enough or in times when I have more than I need.
Buongiorno à tutti!
As of today, I’ve officially been learning Italian for 6 weeks without spending a dime on language learning material. Read more
Sometimes, it’s hard for me to accept that God loves us all the same way, regardless of our behavior or accomplishments. I totally believe He does love us unconditionally, but *accepting* it is a different story.
My job requires me to do research everyday on what’s moving the stock market and the economy. Naturally, bitcoin is a daily conversation. Read more
One of my younger cousins reads my blog, and I asked her over the weekend what she thought my next topic should be. She suggested I reflect on Christmas.
After some quiet time, I realized that I’d never truly grasped Advent. Read more
The Gospels teach us so much about Jesus. He was a Jew, a carpenter, and son of Mary and Joseph; he could turn water into wine, and of course he’s our Saviour. But was He a consumer? Read more