I wanted to write something here about the rainbow. I logged into my WordPress account to write, only to be confronted yet again by a rainbow: Even WordPress is on board with the rainbow theme. I went to the Chase ATM the other day and was greeted by a rainbow and the reminder that “it’s […]Read More The Rainbow
One cause of misery and vice is always present with us in the greed and pride of men, but at certain periods in history this is greatly increased by the temporary prevalence of some false philosophy. Correct thinking will not make good men of bad ones; but a purely theoretical error may remove ordinary checks […]Read More The Poison of Subjectivism , by C.S. Lewis
Recently, I was invited to attend the Long Term Recovery Group for the Carleton Complex Fires of 2014.* That meeting was very difficult, as our friends on the East side have not had a fraction of the media exposure or financial assistance that poured into the Stilly Valley after the March 22nd tragedy. The main […]Read More 530 Slide -1 Year Later
One of the common misconceptions regarding the identity of “who is a Christian” is the belief that being Christian is about what you do. Many people believe that select good works outweigh bad behavior, and that God is looking for those good works to consider one worthy for heaven, or His favor. It’s true that the bible […]Read More Christian Myths: Who Is And Who Is Not A Christian
People are running. Running for this, running for that, busy, busy, running. We are engaged in all variety of activities, be it sports, entertainment, self improvement, working, etc. Our days are full, but for many, our hearts are empty. It’s like we are running a race with no goal in mind -a race with no […]Read More Running The Race, Forgetting Why.
Wednesday marks 28 years of living without drugs and alcohol in my life. They have been good years. This Spring will be my 27th year of life with Christ –something even better. I like to look back, remembering pretty vividly what the occasions of change looked like. Both were at my own bedside, in my […]Read More New Years
For a brief moment, the world remembers the risen Savior. Perhaps you went to church, but it had no impact on you. Perhaps at an Easter celebration, a family member said something. You may have had a thought, a recollection, of what the Easter message really is. Did you believe? I came across this plea […]Read More Rejection: On What Grounds?