I’ve never found a Bible verse or passage that read “Thou shalt visit the elderly,” followed by a list of how and why, in order to convince you. And yet I doubt that any of us would question the value of doing such a thing. Continue reading Gray Hairs and Great-Uncles
The biggest area of concern we, as Christians, should have with #metoo is its inability to achieve its goal. Continue reading What about #Metoo?
Community is a recent catchword. And I jump on the bandwagon with appreciating this one. I think that the feeling of connection we mean when using the word community is comprised of many smaller individual relationships. Continue reading Cultivating Meaningful Friendships
As the characters followed the Biblical narrative and dialogue, I was encouraged to meditate on the miraculous birth of Christ and stand in awe of the wisdom of God. Continue reading The Nativity Story
Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover I picked up the slim volume from my local library and turned it over in my hand. Hmm, I thought, Seven Women: And the Secret of their Greatness by Eric Metaxas – biographies … Continue reading 7 Women And the Secret of their Greatness
Sitting in a packed stadium, we look up as the lights dim and see the dark oval of the sky far above us. Fluorescent lights illuminate the faces of people from many different countries as a voice comes over the … Continue reading Olympic Peace
“When it comes to hell, we can’t afford to be wrong.”1 Let the gravity of that statement sink into you for a minute. “Think about it. If I say there is no hell, and it turns out that there is a … Continue reading Erasing Hell
Called as a Christian Who are they? Where are they from? Should we take them in? What if something happens? Refugees. Merely mention the word and you will get a reaction, an opinion, or a debate. Most recently the debate … Continue reading Refugee Crisis