Late last month a columnist for The Atlantic named Emily Oster published an article titled Let’s Declare a Pandemic Amnesty. I meant to write a response to it back then, but life got busy — as it does — and here we are now...
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Last week the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) delivered their decision on a controversial case out of Mississippi. The case was named Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization and regarded a ban on pre-viability abortions in the state. There is little doubt that you have all heard about the decision and plenty of… Continue reading Why the Dobbs Decision is Actually a Tragedy
With Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread starting tomorrow, I thought I would take a moment and share the messianic Seder that I put together for my family. It's inspired by the traditional Jewish Passover tradition but incorporates the Gospel of Jesus and certain things were amended to suit our family (i.e. changing the… Continue reading A Passover Gift
So I just published my first post in almost a year. I'm sorry for taking so long, but with life the way it has been, I took a much needed break from blogging. I'm carving out time in the mornings before starting my day to write, so I should start getting back into the rhythm… Continue reading A Quick Update
I don't have much time right now, but I wanted to post quickly to let you all know that I am planning a follow up post to my last post regarding the January 6th incident, as well as one on a lesson that the Lord has been teaching me, and a major change that I… Continue reading A Very Quick Update