A Letter To Isis

Your friend and brother,


“Hoist the Colours!”


Know this song??

It’s from the movie the Pirates of the Caribbean: a pretty popular film that I also enjoy.  The song you just heard (if you clicked the play button) is called “Hoist the Colours”.  The title is a pretty simple phrase and a command that basically means: “raise the flag” or “raise our banner”.

These words are used in the movie, but more significantly these are words that have been used all throughout history. Continue reading

I’m back!

After a very long hiatus… I’ve returned to the blogging world!

* Review of Christian’s Brain: 2014 *

Here’s the results for 2014!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,900 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 32 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Because you’re awesome!


Thanks so much everybody for reading, liking and following my posts!  I feel very honored and supported by all of you.  I truly hope that somehow I (or God through me) can be a source of encouragement and inspiration to you via this humble blog. Continue reading

Thank You Screwtape: Following God & Still Getting To Be Yourself


When He [God] talks of their losing their selves, He means only abandoning the clamour of self-will; once they have done that, He really gives them back all their personality, and boasts (I am afraid, sincerely) that when they are wholly His they will be more themselves than ever.

― C.S. Lewis | The Screwtape Letters


Your friend and brother,

Thank God It’s Friday!


[Disclaimer: This post has nothing to do with minions. But yes, minions are awesome!]

When I think about the crucifixion, I normally react in a couple ways.  First, it normally makes me sad that Jesus died.  And not just that he died, but how he died just blows my mind.  If you’ve ever taken a good look in the Bible or seen the movie “The Passion of the Christ” you know what I’m talking about.  His death was brutal!  He was tortured.  And sometimes it just brings me to tears.

And other times, maybe even at the same time, I just get angry.  I think about that Jesus didn’t do anything wrong.  He didn’t deserve to die.  He never sinned, yet people hated him… and murdered my Savior.  That makes me mad! Continue reading