Proverbs Omnibus #2

1. Avoid the Ways of Sinful Men “My son, if sinful men entice you, do not give in to them.” – Proverbs 1:10 Oh how many times have I thought about this?  Well, maybe not this particular verse, but as a dad I’ve had many occasions where I’ve wondered what my boys will do whenContinue reading “Proverbs Omnibus #2”

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 sometimeContinue reading “Standing for Something, or You Are Not Alone”

A Note About the Global Zionist Conspiracy to Control Everything

Yesterday I was ambushed.  A gentleman who comes by my work everyday came in as always and ordered his coffee.  He’s a yankee from New York with a dominant personality so we chat but much of the conversation comes from his end, which is fine because I like to listen.  However, our usual dialogue aboutContinue reading “A Note About the Global Zionist Conspiracy to Control Everything”

A Time for Repentance, or a Note to the Body

You’ve heard it a thousand, thousand times.  “We are all called to repentance.” The pastor says.  “Repent!  For the kingdom of God is at hand!” The missionary quotes.  “Repent!  Turn away from your wickedness before it’s too late!” Proclaims the street corner soapbox preacher. My definition of repentance is the action of ceasing one’s sin,Continue reading “A Time for Repentance, or a Note to the Body”

Sweet Carolina, or What’s Making Charleston Different from Ferguson and Baltimore

I have no doubt that you’ve heard a lot about the events of the past week in Charleston, SC and the subsequent debate about the Confederate Battle Flag at the State House in Columbia.  The talking heads have yammered on about racist America and the hatred that is flows through every street since the TrayvonContinue reading “Sweet Carolina, or What’s Making Charleston Different from Ferguson and Baltimore”

Why Does God Allow Evil?

This question is timeless.  It’s one that we’ve all heard many times, and it’s one that will continue to be asked until Jesus returns and puts an end to it.  But how do we, as Christians answer this question?  Rather than offering a simple answer, I want to break down the question itself and goContinue reading “Why Does God Allow Evil?”