Christians and the COVID-19 Vaccine

After the most accelerated research process in history, it appears a vaccine has been created for the novel coronavirus that plagued 2020. Following billions of dollars in spending and governments around the globe slashing red tape to expedite the process, it seems the scientific effort has paid off. Although, this article will not go down... Continue Reading →

Stay in your lane

I originally posted this in a forum for leaders, but I feel it applies to all believers in some ways. When Copernicus first asserted that the world moved, he was derided by the secular and condemned by the sacred. Luther is reported to have called him a fool (whether he actually went quite that far... Continue Reading →

Known by your HATE?

Anger. It is everywhere. Cities have been rocked by angry mobs of people making their way through the streets. Some have even destroyed and defaced property as they expressed their outrage. Social media feeds are full of conflicting view, each comment section brimming with vitriolic disagreement and personal insults. We are hard-pressed to find the... Continue Reading →

Reading Suggestions 11/13/20

There is so much information available that it is often hard to know where to look for good content. Here are a few things I have read over the last week that I believe you will find beneficial. Click on the article description to read content from great sources. This article from reasons.org explains how... Continue Reading →

Check the Dead

Today marks the birth, and presumed death of Harry Ironside.  At the time of his birth, Ironside was laid aside as dead.  His mother, having struggled during the birth was thought to be dying and drew the attention of all in the room as they sought to save her from the death her baby had... Continue Reading →

The birthday of a god?

2,082 years ago, on September 23, Gaius Octavius was born. You probably know of him as Caesar Augustus, the Emperor of Rome when Christ was born. After his death at the age of 74, he became the first Roman Emperor to be declared a god. He was a "big deal" to the Roman empire and... Continue Reading →

It Starts with a Stare

The intensity of his stare. Every time I think of this moment, that is what comes to mind. His skill with the scissors was apparent. He deftly made minute cut after minute cut, carefully rotating the paper in his hands. When he was finished, the street artist handed us a perfect silhouette of my little... Continue Reading →

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