Giving God Control(?)

Many times we tell God that we’re giving Him control, then continue trying to drive life ourselves. It’s like asking an expert to guide you through a new city, then holding onto the steering wheel the entire time. Below is an excellent portrayal of this attitude in action by my talented sister Lauren Adlman.

Why God

I’m proud to introduce the first collaborative effort between myself and my sister, Lauren Adlman. This is a cartoon reminding us that the very things we see as failures and shortcomings God is using for His perfect will, and ultimately for our good.

God Wants Only Your Good, Even When It Doesn’t Feel That Way

One thing that has surprised me as a parent is how often interactions between my kids and myself mirror my relationship with God. Parenthood really gives you a unique opportunity to be on the flip side of the interaction, where you’re now the one trying to work for the good of someone who you love… Continue reading God Wants Only Your Good, Even When It Doesn’t Feel That Way

The Faith of Atheism

The extent to which Christians are criticized for their faith always surprises me. In current American culture, and especially in science-based fields like IT, one is viewed as unintelligent or at least ignorant if they believe in any kind of religion. It is automatically assumed that if you find faith to be a credible notion… Continue reading The Faith of Atheism

Love God and Love People

There are a multitude of verses in the Bible and endless topics of conversation that can be drawn from them. However, we often forget that complexity is not the point. There is a simple message that ties it all together: love God and love people. Below I have recorded the verses that, to me, sum up God’s… Continue reading Love God and Love People

Consider It Pure Joy

“Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.” (James 1:2-4; NIV) What on earth is James talking about? Consider it joy when… Continue reading Consider It Pure Joy