6 Reasons to Cruise!

This past August, my group of friends from college and I went on a Carnival cruise🚢. We sailed from Miami, and went to Key West and Cozumel, Mexico. This wasn’t my first cruise, but it was my first as an adult. I have to say, cruising may be my new favorite way to travel. Here’s why: […]

http://thatssocourtney.com/2016/01/27/6-reasons-to-cruise/

Notion #107: Awareness

In the past few months, I’ve become keenly aware of how the things that I do and the energy I put out trickles down and affects everything in my life.  Everything from the people in my life to the people in my environment to how the energy of my environment feels after that energy push. […]

https://candidnotionsblog.wordpress.com/2016/02/18/notion-107-awareness/

Notion #4: Sexuality and Spirituality

Since it’s Sunday, I thought I’d crack open my spiritual side a bit and talk about something that definitely needs to be discussed.  I’ve heard time and time again how contradictory it is to claim to be gay and a Christian — that these two things can’t co-exist within the same person. Bullshit.  I’m living proof […]

https://candidnotionsblog.wordpress.com/2015/10/04/sexuality-and-spirituality/

Dr. Michael Brown Has 40 Answers and 2 Questions for ‘Gay’ Christian, Matthew Vines

‘Gay Christian’ advocate Matthew Vines (File) I am answering the 40 questions put forward by “gay Christian” advocate Matthew Vines, after which I will put two simple questions to Matthew (and his allies). What is absolutely stunning, though, is that in these 40 questions, he failed to ask the only one that really matters, namely, “What does […]

https://krystellescott.wordpress.com/2015/11/04/dr-michael-brown-has-40-answers-and-2-questions-for-gay-christian-matthew-vines/

Would Dr. King Have Marched for Marriage “Equality”?

By Adam Tucker, Director of Missions & Evangelism at Southern Evangelical Seminary “Today marks a victory for equality, perseverance and love.” These were the words tweeted by Apple CEO Tim Cook following the historic SCOTUS decision to legalize same-sex marriage.[1] In similar fashion, after the SCOTUS decision went public, Google replaced their logo with a rainbow-colored heart […]

http://whydoyoubelieve.org/2016/01/18/would-dr-king-have-marched-for-marriage-equality/