Josiah Gray

Press Service International

Josiah Gray lives in Logan City, Australia. He is currently studying teaching at Christian Heritage College and is committed to telling the story of Jesus to the next generation. Josiah’s previous articles may be viewed at: https://www.pressserviceinternational.org/josiah-gray.html

  • Covered in Grace

    I find great value in interaction with myth. To me, a myth (a story which is not factually accurate but concerns archetypal ideas) contains truth which can sometimes be truer than true.

  • Observations of a Classroom

    If you’ve read my bio, you’ll know I’m studying to be a teacher. These past two weeks, I have been on what we call ‘prac’ (practicum experience). Essentially, I have been at a school and, under the close eye of a mentor, teaching students. During this time, I have kept my eyes open and watched children and, with a Christian perspective, had some thoughts on the nature of children and education in general.

  • The Death of Media

    Media is dead. And we have killed it.

  • Running Towards

    Have you ever been chased? And I mean, REALLY chased? Maybe a dog down the street got of its leash, or maybe you broke your sister’s favourite toy (when you were a child) and she decided to break your face?

  • Remain in dialogue

    Do you ever feel like you’re trapped in your own head? When I go to sleep at night, I find that if I’m not calm or tired, my brain feels like it’s firing a thousand thoughts at once and it is almost as if it’s too loud for me to go to sleep (even though on the outside, one could likely hear a pin drop).

  • Take control of the life you’re given

    One of the things that annoys me most in the whole world is when people spend their lives glued to their phone with no other reason than to scroll (insert social media network here).

  • A time for revival

    I really, really, REALLY don’t want to bring it up, but…

  • Because He lives

    Last time I wrote, I talked about how we must make life worth the suffering. That if we didn’t have a strong reason to live for, then we wouldn’t be able to walk through the pains of the human condition.

  • Worth the suffering

    If you’ve read any of my work, you might have guessed I’m a big fan of Dr. Jordan Peterson; many of my musings echo his thoughts and I find him to be a wealthy source of knowledge and wisdom.

  • The nature of Good and Evil

    Last week I wrote on the nature of Wisdom (as far as I could see it) and I liked a lot of the ideas I figured out. I thought, then, that I would look at the ideas of ‘Good’ and ‘Evil’ this week and see what else I could come up with. Of course, I won’t be doing this alone; I will invoke the help of Milton, Tolkien and Dante to assist me as I discuss the ideas of the good/evil dichotomy.