Inauguration Day

Trump’s Day One Today is the day that President-elect Trump becomes President Trump.  The Obama’s are out and the country is bracing for what the next four years will hold. To-date, I have lived through five American Presidents – each with their pros and cons, and none without flaw or error.  Donald Trump certainly has… Continue reading Inauguration Day

Headline: NATO Buildup in Poland

Many in America are wondering what in the world is going on between the US and Russia?  Well there's a lot there and perhaps I'll go back over the lead up to where we are now in a later post, but last night CNN ran the headline- NATO buildup in Poland: US troops welcomed.  There… Continue reading Headline: NATO Buildup in Poland

Media Hype, or Too Close to the Trees

So I got in my car the other day.  It was hot inside from the day so I rolled the window down and turned the key in the ignition.  As the car started up the radio kicked on.  I usually listen to the local talk radio station in town but on the weekends the lineup… Continue reading Media Hype, or Too Close to the Trees

Cannibal Christianity, or Everybody Needs to Calm Down!

When you turn on the news or check your feed on Facebook, Twitter, or whatever new social media platform is popular these days (I'm getting too old to bother keeping up with the latest tech trends) what kind of stuff are you seeing?  Is it uplifting to you and those who might see it later?… Continue reading Cannibal Christianity, or Everybody Needs to Calm Down!

The New Warzone: Dealing with Social Media and The Polarization of America

Below is an article I posted on Medium.  It was more or less a journal entry so it doesn't have the links to articles and verses the way my normal posts do.  God bless! What can we do to get it right these days? It seems like no matter what we say or do, someone… Continue reading The New Warzone: Dealing with Social Media and The Polarization of America

Dear Church, or Losing My Religion

Editor's Note: July 4, 2016 This post was originally written on my phone during a plane ride and posted later that day after five hours of driving.  As a result of the time restraints I only had time to apply headers before posting.  Therefore, in this update I am adding source links to claims that… Continue reading Dear Church, or Losing My Religion

Western Christianity and the Refugee Question

By now I am sure that you know about the debacle, both in America and in Europe, with the "Syrian refugees".  I'm also sure that you've heard more people talking about it than you care to remember (I know I have) but it is  important to have an understanding, grounded in fact, and a biblical… Continue reading Western Christianity and the Refugee Question

Preparing for the Shemitah: 7 Things Everyone Should Have

We live in a world full of dangers. With the shemitah a week away, I felt the need to share a short, basic list of things we should have on hand to be ready.

A Beginners Guide to the Understanding the Shemitah

Many people have been talking about Jonathan Cahn's books "The Harbinger" and "The Mystery of the Shemitah". Here is a beginners guide to understanding the shemitah.

Standing for Something, or You Are Not Alone

Do you ever feel like you're just drifting along and when you finally speak up about what you see happening in the world those around you tell you to stop overreacting, or to be more tolerant?  If so, I want you to know that you are not alone. I've been feeling this way for sometime… Continue reading Standing for Something, or You Are Not Alone