Emulate Pixar: The Way Forward for Christian Movies

I know fine, young, Christian filmmakers and film mavens: HBU’s Josh Sikora . . . Nate Marshall. . . Nate Bell. They are out there: creative, working hard, and learning the craft. And yet when I turn on Christian television programming, look at most Christian “YouTube” or watch (God helping me) most Christian movies, I [Read More...]

When Your Anniversary is on Father’s Day

Today is my twenty-ninth wedding anniversary and it also happens to be Father’s Day. Since getting married help make me a father and my actual Dad did our wedding (the parts where he wasn’t crying) . . . the two things fit together nicely. I am fairly sure my Dad likes Hope at least as [Read More...]

Some Kids are OK

There is nothing that irritates me more than the fatuous belief that the “kids are all right.” No moral decline is so great that somebody, somewhere, will not proclaim “the kids are all right” and compare the real degeneracy to the antics of their youth down by the soda fountain. “Our folks worried about us,” [Read More...]

Six Things I Hate Because God Hates Them

God helping me, there are six things I hate following the Lord’s example and there are even seven that are an abomination to me. God says: These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: 17 A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, 18 An heart that deviseth wicked [Read More...]

One Way to Honor the Dead: Get Rid of the Flag of Treason and Slavery

On a day that a terrorist murdered African-Americans at prayer only one flag should flay at half-staff, Old Glory, and not the flag of murder, rapine, and slavery. The terrorist attack in South Carolina is one of many that have been perpetrated against the African-American community in American history. It is not an isolated event [Read More...]