Faith Unapologetic

Is your faith a little shaky due to darts of others thrown at you because of your conservative beliefs?  Do you get funny looks because you dress modest, don’t use offensive language, and don’t party like its 1999?  Is your faith strong but you sometimes get frustrated or overwhelmed in your walk with our Creator because Scripture seems difficult to decipher or it appears that you are the only one trying to sincerely walk “the strait and narrow” (Matt 7:14)?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this blog is for you!  Subscribe to this site’s newsletter and be alerted when a new blog article or inspiring faith design drops.

I want you all to sit back, exhale, grab your favorite beverage and indulge in the four pillars of what this blog is all about; 

1. Strengthening spiritual faith,
2. Obtaining wisdom, knowledge and understanding to develop a more solid one on one relationship with our Creator,
3. Acquiring tools to stand firm on the Rock of our Salvation in a faithless world, and
4. Sorting Scripture fact from religious ideology and tradition. 


You will notice the Hebrew word or more appropriate English translation of a few words used as you read the blog’s Scripture references.  This is done out of respect for our Creator and a non tolerance for Hellenized pagan words/imagery that were introduced into Scripture, and unbeknownst to most, are still being utilized today.   Also note that when I reference our Creator and the Son of our Creator, I will use the names by which in my spiritual journey, I have come to know our Creator and His Son.  For our beloved Creator, I call Him by the tetragrammaton YHVH, as well as the shortened version, YAH as referenced in Psalm 68:4.  Our Creator’s Son is referenced via this blog as Yahshua, which means YAH is salvation or YAH saves.  There is and will remain much debate about our Creator’s and His Son’s name.  However, what is absolute is that our Creator demands we know the name of His Son and He, Prov 30:4, “Who has ascended up into heaven, or descended? Who has gathered the wind in His fists? Who has bound the waters in a garment? Who has established all the ends of the earth? What is His name and what is His Son’s name, if you can tell?”  If their names were obvious or did not matter, we would not be charged with pondering, researching and discovering the answers.  Names in ancient Hebrew culture have profound meaning and purpose.  Keep in mind, our Creator is far bigger than the meaning of any mere mortal word.  He is beyond words.  To know His name is to know His HaShem, that is to say in English, His reputation, His character.  However, there is Power in the name in which we are to reference Him.  Albeit, the Son will be given a new name (Rev 3:12), as will we (Rev 2:17).  Yet our Creator does not change (Exod 3:15, Mal 3:6); it is we who are to rise to the occasion and transform.  Let’s begin.