Exercising the virtue of detachment allows our lives to be rid of clutter and instead filled with the goodness of Christ and His promises.
Christmastide… there can be many emotions felt as extended family, in-laws and friends that we may have consciously placed at a distance throughout the year, come together. What should we do? Read on for some tips to help!
Sunday Best, Rest and Worship
A while ago we noticed something was happening on our socials. People kept coming to our page on a Sunday. We care deeply for the community that surrounds us, and something about knowing many in our community were on their devices on Our Page on a Sunday, left me unsatisfied. […]
7 lies that come at you when you pursue Virtue
Here are 7 lies that will come at you when you decide to actively pursue virtue in your life.Knowledge is power, so arm yourself with knowledge of the devil’s tactics. These aren’t things thatjust ran through my head either, each of them are things people have said to my face. […]
6 years on… Happy Birthday!
On Thursday the 8th of September 2016, after spending some time in a chapel praying, I launched Virtue Ministry into the world. This little idea that began with a personal conviction was formed into something much greater than I could ever have imagined. You can read the Genesis of VM […]
The genesis of Virtue Ministry
As time goes on, so many of the pieces come together. It’s only in retrospect that I can see just how long God has been working in my heart and in my life to bring VM here. For the sake of keeping it brief here is the logistical aspect of […]
The Harm of Porn & the Wound of Beauty
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Stina and Fr Sean in an episode on the various dimensions of pornography. In that interview, a significant portion of our discussion focused on a tendency within our culture to reduce human persons to abstract characteristics on a list. Long after […]
Truth, What Is That?
To discover what is true is something ingrained in our human nature. We all want to learn. From the moment we can talk, we ask, “Why?”. Any parent of a young child can tell you the list of questions they receive a day is endless. The questions never stop… and […]
A Call to Arms
It is easy to look around at our world today and say “What a mess! Has there ever been a time more evil than this? Where is God in this world?” As a young person, I hear these thoughts in the comments of many older people who, I know, are […]
That feeling of shame … ouch
I think we’ve all been there — we’ve tucked ourselves into bed, the light is off, we might be drifting off to sleep… WHAM. Out of nowhere, we suddenly vividly recall some memory of the highest embarrassment, and lying in the dark, reliving our shame. Everyone has lived through embarrassing […]