First, I’ll bet you’ve been wondering where I’ve been the past few weeks. I’ve been contemplating. Yes, really. I’ll do a better job of staying connected through social media while contemplating in the future. So, what have I been contemplating? Christianity, naturally. More so, whether or not I wanted to approach this subject as head-on… Continue reading All Prayers Have Equal Value In God’s Eyes
By now, you know how much I like movies. I write and talk about them a lot in my teachings because they serve as a common bond between us. Most of us have seen the same list of popular movies over the years, so when I see something in one of them that has a… Continue reading The Difference Between Knowledge And Wisdom
According to society, we’re not supposed to have biases. By definition, however, not all biases are bad. Webster defines bias as an inclination of temperament or outlook. I have an admission to make: I have a bias. But it’s not a bias in a negative sense. I have a leadership bias. I look at all… Continue reading Leadership With A Flair For Christianity
Author’s note: this isn’t a debate about legalizing or outlawing the use of marijuana. This is a theological look at whether or not it should be used. I was recently exposed on Facebook to a video from the website Attn: claiming that doctors are “doing harm” to patients by not prescribing marijuana to them. It’s… Continue reading God Made Weed for You and Me, Right?
I’m not much of one to complain about receiving poor service somewhere, especially at a restaurant. For the most part, I let my voice be heard through my repeat business, or lack thereof. But every once in a while, there’s that special business that just begs for me to leave a positive or negative review… Continue reading Why Is Everyone So Scared of Being Judged?