Assurance in salvation. How can someone really know that they are saved? And my fears and anxiety around this question from my times as an evangelical.
Chapter 6. Gary Ezzo speaks on Parental Authority and a parent’s mandate to hold their children to a level of respect.
Some thoughts on my own religious guilt regarding sin. Or my scrupulosity as I view it now in retrospect.
My thoughts on the argument that exvangelicals or ex-Christians were never truly saved or even Christians in the first place.
I can barely think of any life changes without experiencing anxiety. The type that shoves on your chest, twists your gut, and makes your heart race. Anything that would potentially introduce more unknowns. Part of me knows that I’ve let this shackle me to the life I live now and wants to try something newContinue reading “Choices”
A post about my experience with emotions and mental health within a homeschool environment. CW: emotional neglect, depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideations
What do I fear? I fear the unknown and the uncontrolled. I desire stability and consistency in my life. I fear change.