Month: May 2017

What makes a good father?

Earlier this month, I designed a Mother’s Day card for family, friends and clients. It was symbolic in nature—a mother in red surrounded by her kids, depicting the hen-like protection a mother gives to her young. Hills and valleys in the background depicting the low […]

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Hidden Sins and Temptations

The topic of sin is very broad—simply because there are a host of sins—and truly whenever many hear it preached, they think about the quintessential “bad boy or girl” who sins greatly. Most often, people who engage in freshly professions like prostitution and so forth […]

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Moving on with God

I will never forget the fall of 2014. Alone in my car and heart broken I turned up Chris Brown’s song “X” as I drove out of a friend’s house. I was angry and felt I had had enough of everything a certain girl was […]

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Unquenchable vengeance

At the climax of any emotional hurt—the point where we can no longer bear the memories of pain that a person has placed us through—twisted fantasies and dark vengeful thoughts erupt within our minds. Alone by ourselves, we visualise the gratification we would receive by […]

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