Editor’s Note: There was some special formatting on Jim’s poem that just doesn’t translate to WordPress. I apologize. When things confuse me, I write poetry. When I read Adam Blosser’s recent blog on Andy Savage and the many comments, I needed to say something, but did not know what. I watched the video of Highpoint […]
This compelling work, led by Jarvis Williams and Kevin Jones, including input from Al Mohler, Walter Strickland, Kevin Smith, Dwight McKissic, and others, is not a book merely to be glanced at like passing a curious situation alongside the highway as you speed by at 65 miles an hour. We must not give mere token […]
Two articles written over 60 years apart, one for husbands, the other for wives. Yet, one is praised and the other is ridiculed. Do you really want this type of so-called “equality”? Or, is there a better way?
Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness…” So Go created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” – Genesis 1:26-27 (ESV) From the opening pages of Scripture, we see that Christians are meant to have a high […]
“Why Don’t Dreamers Just Get Legal?” I hear this question a lot. It often comes from those opposed to legislation benefitting young Immigrant Dreamers who were brought here illegally as children. The insinuation (sometimes blatantly), is that if the Dreamers are too careless, lazy, and unconcerned to apply for legal status and citizenship after all […]
Don’t you love those reunion videos, where soldiers return home from war and are reunited with their families – everyone hugging and crying? This is not one of those videos. It is a man being torn away from his wife and two children and sent to his parent’s homeland, one that is foreign to him. […]
Due to yesterday being the MLK holiday, I have been reading some of his quotes. One quote that grabbed my interest was: 1). “We don’t have a shortage of preachers who can preach with the best of them; we have a shortage of preachers who are in tune with the least of them.” For me […]