Another day, another horrific act of evil that takes the lives of innocents. Sadly, it seems like every day lately only serves to bring us one day closer to the next unconscionable act of violence that will drive half the… Read More ›
I am a little late weighing in on this shocking news but, better late than never, I guess [emphasis added]. A profile of the vice president’s wife in the Washington Post reveals the couple adheres to strict rules to preserve… Read More ›
When I wake up in the morning I turn on the coffee pot, make sure my middle daughter is out of bed and getting ready for school, pour a cup of coffee, then sit in the living room for 10-15 minutes spending time with God in prayer.
It may soon become a crime for Italian parents to keep their children from indulging in the country’s legendary meats and cheeses by restricting them to vegan options.
I just learned that the U.S. sent cash to Iran as Americans were freed and, I have to be honest, I don’t even care.
Could be completely legitimate (not likely) or as shady as sliding a dirty envelope full of cash across a table in the back of dimly lit bar but, like I said, I don’t care.
The other day I used an obviously fictitious story in a post to make an obvious point about the obvious media bias that exists in America.
The Harley rider replies, “Why, it was nothing, really. The lion was behind bars. I just saw this little kid in danger, and acted as I felt right.”
As a Christian, I rely on prayer and turn to the Bible for peace, comfort, and – often – to try and make sense of what’s going on in a crazy, mixed up, and downright scary world. This morning I read Romans 12:21 and have been thinking about it since.
Whether or not Christians should use #blacklivesmatter worth discussing but, in so doing, I think it’s important for us not to lose focus.
“Regardless of what you think about his politics, Jon Stewart was the smartest and most fair and objective person on TV.”