Articles of Expression
Welcome to the Articles of Expression. In this section we will post articles or writings of things God has put on our hearts. You may see writings from us but we'd like to use this section as an invitation to you. In place of a comments section we're inviting you to post articles or writings of your own. This helps in two ways. One is to maintain order and keep ungodly comments off of this site. Second is to give others a chance to get their thoughts published on things most media sites will never allow in their mission to Non-Discrimination Land. Just send us your thoughts (in the text box; no files) at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll post them up for you and to be extra nice, we'll even give you credit for what you wrote. Fair warning, if you say something we disagree with, we will probably address it in some fashion, but we will try to be fair when and if we do so, and we don't want that to discourage you from writing (unless it's just a bash article in which case don't bother). May you give God the glory in all that you do. - Bryce and Alex
Announcing the arrival of my first book: Sentenced to Freedom will be available on March 1, 2017 and is available for pre-order now. Follow this link to purchase: amzn.to/2lDORat Hope you guys like it. -Bryce
No fancy background for this one. It's very opinionated being thoughts and not a teaching.
This is about 94% of a letter I wrote to Wesley and Walker Wildemon about something their dad Tim, the president of the American Family Association, had written to promote their new millennial magazine called, Engage. In his action alert, Tim was talking about millennials leaving the church and how the magazine could be a tool to bring them back. Seeing how Wesley and Walker are in charge of the magazine, I decided to give my two cents about some things the church can do to help solve the problem. To this point, they have yet to write back...
This is a study that I did during my senior year of high school. It's an assortment of thoughts that the Holy Spirit used to help me through a rather tough time in my life. While other verses are incorporated, it centers around Isaiah 55:6-7 "Seek the Lord while He may be found; call upon Him while He is near. Let the wicked forsake his way and the unrighteous man his thoughts; and let him return to the Lord, and He will have compassion on him, and to our God, for He will abundantly pardon." (NASB) -Alex