The Lukewarm Christian

The lukewarm Christian has become an epidemic. It is an often unspoken, but all too present reality in the American Church. The lukewarm Christian is the Sunday Christian, checking into service at 9:00 a.m. and checking out at 10:30 a.m. They are the believers who serve as little as possible, give as little as possible, … Read this post


My Greatest Fear

Okay, okay, I admit it. Christians aren’t suppose to be scared, right? We are supposed to walk around in our perfectly, not scared bodies, shielded by the super-powers of the Holy Spirit. We are suppose to be like some kind of anti-fear force field–zapping things like phobias and anxieties with a wave of our hand. … Read this post

Darkness and Depression

Today, I’m privileged to have an article featured over at Prodigal Magazine. I’m sharing about something very personal–something that I have never even talked about here on Modern Reject. I’m talking about depression and where the darkness hides… Here’s a taste: I wasn’t quite sure what was happening. I couldn’t explain it. I didn’t have … Read this post