Jase Rosenburg

Misconceptions Due To Misinformation

Where do I even begin? There are so many misconceptions about Mexico, and probably even more about Tijuana. I know when I decided to move here a lot of people I know automatically started to worry. Everyone talks about how dangerous Tijuana is. That was

Unsettled

You know what it’s like to feel “home”? You know, the place where you know you’re loved and accepted and you’re comfortable. The place where  you long to get to after you’ve been traveling a while. There’s no place like it. That place can be

Jason E. Fort: Life’s a Road Trip

Today I have another great guest post for you! You guys might remember Jason from his previous guest post when he took his road trip with his son. If you don’t remember it, go read it here. It was a great salute to the military.

When You Can’t Write

I want to start this off by saying, those of you who are subscribed to my email list. You will now get my blog posts in your inbox!! The only people getting that before were the ones subscribed through WordPress. Now all of you should

Jesus Wants To Meet With You

  There are moments in life when Jesus wants to meet with you. You’re going about your day-to-day life and he grabs your attention with something. He may do it with a song, a blog post or a book. He moves everything into place to

Life is Short Enjoy Your Coffee

My wife and I talk a lot about how fast time seems to go by. Weeks quickly turn into months and those turn into years. Before you know it, you’re 40 years old and wondering where time has went. When I was a teenager people

What I Want As A Writer

A Writer’s Dream I had a post about half-way done, but I had to drop it to write this one. I was listening to music this evening and I heard this song that is amazing. It’s by the Judds and the title is, “Flies on

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.

My Writer’s Manifesto

Today I’m bringing you my Manifesto. The reasons I write. This IS ME. My Writer’s Manifesto My tagline says “I write in the dark, to bring faith to light” it’s both literal and figurative. I enjoy writing in complete darkness. Nothing but me, the computer screen

The Business of Writing

When you think about writers what enters your mind? Maybe you see someone sitting at a typewriter, (yes I dated myself there), with wads of paper thrown around the room. Or maybe you think about best seller lists and lots of money. You may even

Has God Forgotten Me?

How many of you have asked that question? My guess is pretty much every one of us. There are times in my life where I felt God had forgotten me. Let’s break it down. When do you usually feel forgotten by God? For me, and

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

Waiting On God

Waiting. It has to be one of the hardest things for me to do. As a kid, I’d wait for Christmas and it seemed like the hardest thing in the world to do. Ask my mom, I don’t know how many Christmas mornings I’d wake