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Sweet Tea and Sabbath

Sabbath… An often misunderstood word. In a large part, it’s about rest but I’m sure for many of us, our “Sabbaths” don’t feel very restful. But the rest of Sabbath is about much more than simply not working or following a list of rules. It’s about more than going to a church service.

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Sweet Tea and Sabbath

Sabbath… An often misunderstood word. In a large part, it’s about rest but I’m sure for many of us, our “Sabbaths” don’t feel very restful. But the rest of Sabbath is about much more than simply not working or following a list of rules. It’s about more than going to a church service.

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I Forgive Church // The Video

Frustrated With Church? I Was too. Watch my new video to see how a change in perspective can make all the difference.
*Make sure to watch the ENTIRE VIDEO, it doesn’t end how you might think. 
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I Forgive Church // The Video

Frustrated With Church? I Was too. Watch my new video to see how a change in perspective can make all the difference.
*Make sure to watch the ENTIRE VIDEO, it doesn’t end how you might think. 

hello, I’m Brandon…

I Write & Take Photos...

90% of my life is lived in a black nike ball cap. I love technology, rock-paper-scissors, and solving problems. I like to tackle projects that I can put my heart into and I cook a mean paleo shrimp scampi. 

"Love Doesn't Ignore Wrongs... It Covers Them"

About

For most of my memorable life I grew up as a pastors kid, or better known as a “PK” for those who are in the club. My childhood consisted of a healthy dose of organ music and fellowship dinners all sandwiched in spit-slinging sermons that made the front row of a Gallagher “smash-o-matic” show seem dry.

After spending 7 years working in the church management software industry and volunteering heavily in my local church, I lost hope in the church; ultimately leaving never intending to return.

It took years but God helped me see through the brokenness and hurt in the church to rediscover the beauty that had been there all along. I like to say I was “one of those statistics” you hear about but one that God rescued from myself.

I now spend my time writing and helping others rediscover hope in a broken church. It’s a messy but beautiful process and I wouldn’t like it any other way.