Jase Rosenburg

How to Deal With Holiday Stress

Holiday Stress This time of year is hard for many people. We’re in the middle of a long holiday season. It starts with Thanksgiving and ends with New Year’s day. While it’s meant to be a joyous time, for many it ends up being stressful

Christmas Time Is Here

  It’s that time of year again. When I was a kid I looked forward to this month all year. Christmas was always my favorite. One of my favorite memories in school is when I was in second or third grade and the classroom doors

My Grandmother’s Orchard

My grandmother had one of the largest orchards I’ve ever seen. You could just stand and inspect at all the different fruits for hours. I know some of my family reading this are probably thinking I’m crazy, because my grandmother didn’t have a literal orchard.

Saturday Morning Coffee Chat

Good morning! I hope you are doing well this Saturday morning. I just wanted to hang out with you guys this morning and see what’s going on. Grab your coffee and let’s chat. Yesterday morning I was making white gravy just like my grandma used

Homeless: The Role Of The Church

According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness in 2016 there were 564,708 homeless people on one night in January. That’s over half a million!  I won’t go into the breakdown even more, you can click the link I provided and see that for yourself.

Free on Kindle Today only 9/30/16

Today only you can get my book Bryan’s Journey free on kindle!  This is my best rated book to date with 4.9 stars on Amazon.  It’s a story about a young man named Bryan Scott who has to help his mother take care of his

Stop Living In The Past

A lot of times we like to hold onto things.  At least I do.  I used to be pretty bad about it.  I’d save things, that really had no use.  They just held sentimental value.  I’m not saying that’s a bad thing.  It’s okay to

In Times Like These

I started singing this old hymn this evening. It seemed fitting. The lyrics say this: In times like these you need a Savior, In times like these you need an anchor; Be very sure, be very sure, Your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock!

Ed And The Angry Crabs

This is an unedited story I wrote back in 2011.  This one is geared toward kids!  My first ever story for children.  So check it out, Ed saves the day from the angry crabs!  Share it with your kids and let me know what they

At The Master’s Table

I often think about things.  I like to get deep.  I really think about things.  Looking at this picture, try to ignore what KIND of food it is.  Don’t worry about what it is.  Just let it represent something.  When we’re done here, you can

Interview with James Virgil Boggs

Today, I’m bringing you an interview with James Virgil Boggs.  I met him on Twitter and we kind of just clicked.  He’s a fellow brother in Christ and he’s got some things I think you need to hear about.  My prayer is that you’ll come

Why I Celebrate Passover

Today was Good Friday.  As Christians this marks one of the holiest times of the year. Growing up I always celebrated in the usual way. We did the easter baskets and colored and hunted eggs.  As a teenager and into my young adulthood at the

Revelation 21:4

Last week I lost my Dad.  He was a Christian.  I know where he went.  I can’t tell you how much I look forward to the day when we get to be together again.  Not just him, but many other loved ones who have went

What Would Jesus Do?

What would Jesus do?  Remember that being the popular saying in the late 90s and early 2000s?  It is almost cliché now, but it’s a question we need ask ourselves.   Recently there has been a lot of backlash toward Christians for standing against gay