A while back I made a cryptic post on Facebook that simply said, "I choose not to live in fear." I am sure there were some that thought whoopdeedoo. Some may thought so what? My Facebook feed has been full of posts lately about border security, border wall, refugee posts etc. I have stayed mostly … Continue reading January 6th, I choose not to live in fear.
For those of you who are new to my site, I'd like to take this time to welcome you to the growing number of dedicated and loyal readers. I think we are up to three now. For those who don't know me, I confess in the past I have been a bit of a hothead … Continue reading November 28th, 2018
Cultural shifts and cultural norms don't happen overnight. They occur very slowly with the gradual acceptance of one ideal or practice and the gradual nonacceptance of another. The Setup One of the few qualities of Hollywood is that it can at times encapsulate cultural views of a contemporary era. For example, If you were to … Continue reading September 26th, Men, we have no one to blame but ourselves.
Drought is defined as, "a prolonged absence of something specified." Interestingly it also defines it an an archaic sense as, "thirst". I'd be lying to you if I said I haven't experienced spiritual "droughts" from time to time. My personal feeling is, that even the holiest of holy men and women throughout history have experienced … Continue reading February 28th, Spiritual Drought
No Scripture reflection today. At least not yet. I have wondered for a few years now if allowing errors in Theology to exist unchallenged is alright so long as it brings a person to Christ. In essence, the ends justifies the means. I am not going to single out any particular book or movie or … Continue reading June 1, The Truth About A Lie