October 23, 2018

“It’s a personal thing, and I find it odd You would question my believing in a personal God I’m devout, I’m sincere, ask my mother if you doubt it I’m religious, but I’d rather not get radical about it” ”I’m devout, I’m sincere, and I’m proud to say That it’s had exactly no effect on who I am today I believe, for the benefit of all mankind, In the total separation of church and mind” — Written by Steve Taylor ©… Read more

October 16, 2018

Billy Graham put it well when he said that the smallest package he ever saw was the one with a man wrapped up in himself. Judgmental thinking can make small packages out of big people. For many, depression are a way of life. There are no pat answers, but a little grace from their friends and family goes a long way. Read more

October 9, 2018

Are you looking for a sign? A miracle? I think I want a sign because I need a substitute for faith. I need some sort of miracle to take care of that trust that often feels so tenuous. It’s human nature. We need something, anything, to help bridge the gaps of doubt in our minds. Read more

October 5, 2018

I know the world is going crazy, but I have a real predicament on my hands. What’s the difference between casual, business casual and smart casual? These designations are fuzzy at best. Read more

October 1, 2018

As a culture, we are going through a serious, tough analysis of who we are. This opens up many raw memories for women as they have to recount the dignity they’ve lost.  But we offer hope and a chance at a restoration. Jesus went to the cross for women — our daughters, our wives, our mothers, our sisters. Read more

September 25, 2018

Do you sense everything is slipping away. Our culture. Our faith. Our freedom. Our sanity? I’m calling for a national day of song. Taking a cue from the Estonians who have been oppressed for decades, they are known for their voices, coming together as one to sing. What is our song? This will be our revolution. Sing. Sing. Sing. We cannot reverse the course of a world heading straight for hell’s gates. But then I hear stories like this, and I want to gather one friend, and then another and sing. Our hope is not in politics, or pop culture, or our economy. One by one this will fail. They will fall. Read more

September 6, 2018

There is a tendency to overlook weakness of others who agree with us because we are afraid it will sweep us up in the dragnet of guilt. Read more

August 20, 2018

The excuse you are looking for will be hinted at by your closest friends. A spouse or a confidant will raise an eyebrow or ask a question that doesn’t mean to hurt, but it still burrows in, looking to infect your confidence. That one person that you thought believed in you might be the source of your deepest fear. The excuse swirls in the wind, just when you are speaking to the sky, looking to God for help. You want excuses? You can find them. But if you want to change the world, you’ll need to start saying yes.  Read more

August 15, 2018

I love to listen to the Freakonomics podcast as Steven Duber uses compelling economics to help shed a light on many topics. His July 19th episode featured a fascinating interview with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. As you might know, Facebook is under a great deal of scrutiny. Conservatives have felt that the algorithms have increasingly silenced their voices, even forcing Congressional hearings about the matter. And recently, the company is starting to crack down on “Fake News.” The problem? Who… Read more

August 13, 2018

Think about all the people who have been shouted down for having an unpopular thought. This addiction to outrage is sweeping our country, and really, it comes down to the elimination of free speech, free thought. And we should all stand for liberty — because we might be next. Read more

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