Our children are under attack. Yes, there are physical attacks against our children, such as predators that want to kidnap or harm our children. There are also bullies at the schools just waiting to harm and intimidate our children. These dangers are real, and we should do what we can to prepare our children to… Continue reading The Battle For Our Children And How We Can Win
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
I am really into etymology. No, no, not entymology; that’s the study of bugs. I’m into finding the original source, or closest original source possible, for quotes. Especially in today’s internet age, they get misattributed far too often. Most uses of quotes are ripped off from someone else and repurposed by some flashy new speaker,… Continue reading Happy Wife, Happy Life – Or So I’ve Heard
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?
It seems today that we live in a world of uncert ainty, painted in gray. Things that once seemed impermissible, whether by cultural or legal governance, are now widely accepted. Illegal drug use is being made legal in many states. Vulgarity, once taboo and censored, is now commonplace on television. Our government, once one of… Continue reading Is Anything Black and White Anymore?