Noteworthy

A Great Earthquake: Part 2

To the Christian, the complexity and specifics that make up this prophecy show us that this is more than a historically significant book.

Tips for the First-Year Teacher

Even though I’m no longer in front of the classroom, I thought I’d share my best first-year teacher tips in honor of back-to-school week.

In the Shadow of Gods

As culture has continued down the path of rejecting Christianity and God, we have now, once again, seen the re-emergence of the superheroes.

Beach Body Blues

I have recently noticed that my bad days of body shame do not just pop out of nowhere. They start with something silly and small.

The Core of America

Too many are living in the moment and not according to My Word. America was designed to live as an indivisible nation under God, not apart from Me.

Our Nation—The Gift That Keeps On Giving

We are a country founded on liberties and certain inalienable rights, including the pursuit of happiness. These foundational principles derive from God Himself and His perfect word—the Holy Bible.

Worth It All

The deepness that He is taking me through requires a trusting faith, a real faith without any room for doubt or another plan.

Not So Glamorous Summer

We aren’t doing much this summer, not compared to everyone else. I sit and scroll through endless social media posts of people and families enjoying their vacations and I feel like the most boring person ever.

The Coming Middle East War

As we witness tensions rise with the US and Iran, many are speculating if a possible confrontation may occur between Israel, Russia, Iran and its proxies. The Bible has been saying this very thing for over 2,500 years now that this will occur in the last days.

#BodGoals: A Social Media Hot Take

I realized that I was being consumed by social media and what I was seeing to an unhealthy level. What I was seeing on social media was consuming my every thought.

Celebrating MAKE MUSIC DAY

At Kingdom Winds, we join together with everyone across the globe to recognize God’s wonderful blessing and gift of music. It is with particular thankfulness and joy that we celebrate our favorite genre—Praise and Worship music!

A Better Graduation Speech

If given the chance, I would’ve run on stage, halted the processional music, and read to them a better graduation speech.

He Matters, Too

On this Father’s Day, I want to give a special shout out to all the dads in the waiting. I just want to remind you that God sees you.

Only A Dad by Edgar Guest

Doing, with courage stern and grim, 
The deeds that his father did for him. 
This is the line that for him I pen, 
Only a dad, but the best of men.

Invisible Afflictions

If you can remember that someone’s mental health is just as important and relevant as your physical health, you’re already helping more than you know.

The Life of David Part VII: Fatherhood

David was a much better king than he was a father. Many men who are great at their jobs or in church work fail to lead the next generation of their family

The Highest Price

As you’ve read this piece, how many more have given up? This month? This year? They were military veterans, sons, daughters, friends, and co-workers. They were businessmen, athletes, firefighters, and dentists.

The Spires of Oxford

God rest you, happy gentlemen,
Who laid your good lives down
Who took the khaki and the gun
Instead of cap and gown.

Collective Member Highlight: Jennifer Quinn

For years, she believed no one else suffered from the same marriage and parenting problems as she did. “Thankfully, in time,” Quinn writes, “God has revealed this to be a lie.”