March 20 – Into The Unknown

March 20 – Into The Unknown

3:80 – Into the Unkown #faithbites #faithjourney #COVID19 Unknown We are marching Into the Unknown. (And No, I’m not talking about Elsa’s big number in Frozen 2). In Illinois, as of 2 P.M. tomorrow, we go into “shelter in place”. That means most businesses are closed. Essentials are open. This is unheard of for most in the United States. In […]

Feb 6 – How Many Spoons Do You Have?

Feb 6 – How Many Spoons Do You Have?

3:37 – How Many Spoons Do You Have? #faithbites #faithjourney Spoons I’m tried. Between work, school, health, family, and everything, I’m tired. It’s hard to describe what being tired really means when dealing with chronic health. A friend introduced me to the spoon analogy. This theory helps to explain chronic illness to those who don’t have it. In a nutshell, […]

Nov 24 – Differentiated Faith Journey

Nov 24 – Differentiated Faith Journey

2:328 – Differentiated Faith Journey #faithbites #faithjourney #RoadToEdD Differentiated This weekend was a writing weekend for me. It was time to buckle down and work on my dissertation. My specific area of interested is differentiated learning or how you change the content, process, product, or learning environment to match students needs and readiness. In all the months and years studying […]

Oct 30 – Communion – The Law And The Doctrine

Oct 30 – Communion – The Law And The Doctrine

2:303 – The Law And The Doctrine #faithbites #faithjourney Doctrine Before we start, I want to apologize if this offends anyone. This isn’t meant to do that but rather to open a dialogue of searching, questioning, and growing in faith. These also are my thoughts and don’t reflect the belief of my denomination or church. In many #faithbites, we have […]

June 24 – Encounters With Christ

June 24 – Encounters With Christ

2:174 – Encounters With Christ #faithbites #faithjourney encounters I know this is a shocker, but I like to question and learn as much as I can about as much as I can. From faith to food to life to science to everything, I want to learn. Some may say my learning about faith is questioning it and going against teachings. […]

May 1 – You Don’t Have To Intervene Every Time

May 1 – You Don’t Have To Intervene Every Time

2:121 – You Don’t Have To Intervene Every Time #faithbites #faithjourney intervene You may remember that one if my Lenten promises was to give up commenting on political posts and try to change people’s minds. I wasn’t perfect but I did it. Over time, I learned that I could scroll past. It wasn’t my duty to have to try and […]

February 12 – Never Gonna Give You Up. Never Gonna Let You Down

February 12 – Never Gonna Give You Up. Never Gonna Let You Down

2:43 – Never Gonna Give You Up. Never Gonna Let You Down #faithbites #faithjourney never I bet you all are singing the song now aren’t you? And no, this isn’t a Rick Roll, but rather a reflection of what was popular and poignant when I had a realization in life. n high school and college I never was invited to […]

February 2 – Learning About Faith Is Powerful

February 2 – Learning About Faith Is Powerful

2:33 – Learning About Faith is Powerful #faithbites #faithjourney powerful When I was a young boy, my family went to synagogue regularly. I adored our Rabbi, Rabbi Kramer. He was a wonderful man who interacted well with all ages, especially the children. He helped my mum convert to Judaism. As I grew older, the aspect about him I admired the […]