4 Ways The Walking Dead Prepared me for the 2016 Election

I was not a fan of The Walking Dead when it started. I am not a horror, scary movie kind of person. As a matter of fact, I hate being startled. Just not my thing. But, I was looking for something to watch on Netflix and I thought, “Let me give this show a chance.” […]

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36 years + 1 day

Yesterday I celebrated my 36th year of life on this planet. I don’t remember the first few. I was learning how to eat, walk, talk, and not soil myself. Those were not very auspicious beginnings. And yet, here I am still kicking.

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The Anchor of Truth amidst the Storms of Tragedy

As I was perusing my Facebook feed one of the ministers I know asked, what I believe, is an important question. He was wondering if any of his pastor friends would be saying/addressing the tragedy in Charleston in some way, if at all this coming up Sunday. This is an ongoing conversation so, there is […]

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Lent Day #23 | Wisdom

Solomon wrote these short and pithy statements as a way of remembering and training his children. When we consider this, we begin to see these wise words in a much more practical light.

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World Vision, Guiding Principles and the Problem with Trial Balloons

World’s Shortsighted Vision In a move to widen its base and deepen its coffers, World Vision attempted to wade out into one of the most politically and socially charged issues of our time on Monday. The humanitarian organization known for helping starving and uneducated children all around the wold decided to allow “legally married” same-sex […]

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Word to the Wise | “Patience”

Have you ever become impatient over a life situation you believe you should have mastered by now?  It is very frustrating.  How do we learn to be patient?  There are two basic ways. The first way is to go through a lot of trials ourselves until we learn the lessons that produce patience.  Or, second, […]

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