One of the many questions I’ve found myself asking lately concerns the cultural nature of Christianity: how much of what I believe about what it means to be a follower of Jesus has been shaped by what people have told me to think versus what’s actually true? And what haven’t I questioned yet that maybe…
There are moments that – for whatever reason – stick with us from the moment we experience them. The first time I watched Meg Ryan as Albert Einstein’s niece in IQ scrawl the words “Question Everything!!!” across a blackboard was one such moment for me. I think I’ve been subconsciously questioning everything ever since. A…
Today’s post in this series on singleness and the church is a guest post by my friend and co-worker, Arman Sheffey, who has the best laugh. He also has a tremendous love for God and His people, and I’m truly blessed to know him. As a married man in the church, I represent the majority….
Simple Felicity is, at its heart, a blog based on the unshakeable belief that happiness really isn't all that complicated. Sometimes finding it can be - but happiness itself is pretty simple, and it's often found in the simplest of things: good food, good books, and good company. So those are the things I write about, along with a few other things that really matter to me, including faith and feminism.
A bit about me: My name is Happy. I have an amazing talent for misplacing my keys, a deep appreciation for whomever looked at the coffee bean and thought, "Hey, I wonder what would happen if I roasted this?", and road trips to Michigan are pretty much my favorite.
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"Make the most of the best and the least of the worst." —Robert Louis Stevenson via @momentumdash
When Jesus said 2 go & make disciples, I'm not sure subway preaching & weird relationships were quite what He meant. ow.ly/FidY30fBo03
"The wisest mind has something yet to learn." —George Santayana via @momentumdash
"Some people make your laugh a little louder, your smile a little brighter and your life a little better." - Unknown
I love this quote: "Every person is a new door to a different world." —Six Degrees of Separation via @momentumdash
Maybe it doesn’t matter if we’re asking the right questions; maybe the point is simply to start asking questions: ow.ly/Em6I30eSWzC
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