Hey everyone! I am excited to announce that there will be changes coming up for this blog. I am currently work on a new author website: williamfyoungblood.com. All future blogs and posts will happen there. It is not up yet, but I will post on here when it is.This change is needed for the direction … Continue reading Changes
Hey everyone! Sorry I have not written here lately. I have been really busy working on Symphonea and other projects. I will resume posting next week, but I think there is going to be a change of format. Stay tuned!
There is this myth pervading tabletop role playing that characters have all the power and should be able to do whatever they want. This is false. It is false in the game, and it is false in real life. Instead, I would propose that D&D and life follow a diamond-shaped pattern. Think of a diamond, … Continue reading The Noob Dungeon Master: The Freedom Diamond
Resurrection. It is one of the few things surprisingly that Jesus and the Pharisees agreed on. The Apostle Paul would later use it in a trial before the Sanhedrin saying he was brought there because of his belief in the resurrection. This weirdly caused the Pharisees to temporarily forget that Paul was a traitor to … Continue reading My Second Conversion: What is the Resurrection? (Part 1)
I have used Twitch and YouTube to stream and record videos. I am by no means a regular content creator...yet. I like to watch a lot of YouTube and Twitch as do most people who are my age and younger (don't ask my age its rude). Its not all stupid videos that I consume, in … Continue reading The Death of the Fourth Wall: Why YouTube and Twitch Present Opportunities and Challenges (Part 1)
In my last post, (sorry it has been so long) I wrote about how I believe that loving God by loving our neighbors was modeled through the life of Jesus who is our link to God. This week, I am going to try and wrap this up by showing you what that looks like. I … Continue reading My Second Conversion: Facing Jesus (Part V)
I going to preface this post with an admission: I love this Christmas poem. It was written by the American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in response to the Civil War ripping apart the United States in the 1860s. It feels so much like a psalm to me, moments of joy, sorrow, anger, despair, and hope … Continue reading Songs of Worship: I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day (Holiday Edition)