Ravi Zacharias

By: Gabriela Yareliz This week, we mourned a fierce man of faith, and a personal hero of mine, Ravi Zacharias. He is someone I have quoted extensively and studied with extensively. A man who was determined to reveal faith to the rational mind. A man determined to make us all seekers of truth, in aContinue reading “Ravi Zacharias”

My God is Alive

By: Gabriela Yareliz When we feel discouraged, let us remember that God is not dead. God is alive. God is working in every earnest heart that is humble and ready to receive Him. When confusion rages– we must remember that there is a movement of people that is on its knees. A movement of peopleContinue reading “My God is Alive”

Nietzsche’s “God on the Cross”

By: Gabriela Yareliz This weekend, we celebrate God’s intervention in the universe to save humanity. I couldn’t pass up this opportunity to talk about something that is deeply important to me– the most important thing of all. It is what inspires my life, my writing, everything… “Christianity is the only religion in which God suffersContinue reading “Nietzsche’s “God on the Cross””

Autumn Inspiration

By: Gabriela Yareliz It was a chilly night, but I was blessed to be warm and wrapped up in sweaters and blankets. Yes. We are already there. I woke up to a sunny, 55-degree morning. I feel autumn in my bones. It’s Monday. Garfield hates Mondays–That is why Monday calls for EXTRA inspiration. We are trying to turn MondaysContinue reading “Autumn Inspiration”

Cultural Relativism and the Emasculation of Truth: Ravi Zacharias

By: Gabriela Yareliz AGE OF REASON I have been listening to this series by Ravi Zarcharias, Oxford University Scholar and Professor, called Cultural Relativism and the Emasculation of Truth. He starts off mentioning so many different news headlines, like the ones of children killing others, and young people mindlessly killing peers and even family membersContinue reading “Cultural Relativism and the Emasculation of Truth: Ravi Zacharias”

Powerful Address to Athens

By: Gabriela Yareliz This is one of my favorite speeches and discourses ever given. It was Paul’s address to the men of Athens. It is an address to men of education, skepticism, spirituality and philosophy everywhere. It is poetic, deep, powerful and most of all, truthful. Paul Addressing the Areopagus (Acts 17:22-31) 22 Then PaulContinue reading “Powerful Address to Athens”

Issues of Life: Who we really are

By: Gabriela Yareliz This morning, I was listening to a message by one of my favorite philosophers, Ravi Zacharias, and he was talking about the heart of man. Man has a heart that is evil in nature, it is wicked, and betraying. In John chapter 2, Jesus had just performed a miracle, and the people wantedContinue reading “Issues of Life: Who we really are”