Reblogged from The Campus Conservative. The very existence of the Trump Presidency has been deemed a “Constitutional Crisis” by Democrats who have flocked toward the podium to condemn each action of the presidency as “unconstitutional.” The word has been used so frequently over the past six months that it has begun to ring hollow, a … Continue reading Either the King’s Good Servant or God’s: Senator Feinstein’s Religious Test – written by Antonin Scalia
By Rick Stedman | FoxNews.com Published August 31, 2017 When hurricanes like Harvey devastate so many lives, where is God? That’s a really good question—one which I’ve heard whenever a hurricane, tornado, or tsunami wreaks havoc—and it deserves an honest, though maybe surprising answer. It’s been said that tragedies bring out the best in people, … Continue reading Where is God in the terrible tragedy in Houston?
Last night I attended a high school graduation party. Held in a lovely venue with both young people and their families, it was both a happy and a sad occasion. I have known many of these young men and women for years and have an affinity for several of them...especially my own young man who … Continue reading What’s Next?
Are you counting on your good person status and works to fulfill you and align you with your forever future? So was I....
For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus. Philippians 1:6-7 My youngest son was given an assignment for school to write a list of virtues. He took to this with passion and aplomb. I knew nothing of … Continue reading The Wisdom of Youth
Excellent article...see The Campus Conservative for more. The United States is a country clearly established upon the foundations of religion. While we acknowledge the importance of a separation between the Church and State we are largely a religious people, believing ours to be “one nation under God.” Despite this historical predilection for faith, our contemporary … Continue reading One Nation Under Whom? Written by Antonin Scalia
Romans 5:7 Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. John 15:12-13 My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for another. Sacrifice – The forfeiture of […]
The Case For Christ is now a movie! As a very young follower of Christ someone gave me this book and though I had already given my life to Christ - I still had lots of questions. I laugh when I tell folks, yea, I am sorta like those from Missouri - the SHOW ME state... Well, … Continue reading The Case For Christ – Written by Lee Strobel
Repost The other day, I arrived at the bus stop where four Asian ladies were indiscriminately passing out New Testament Bibles. When one of the ladies offered me a Bible, I tried to decline. But she was insistent, so I tried to change the subject. “What church are you with?” I asked. She said she was with a … Continue reading I’m glad that lady forced a Bible on me. By Joshua Rogers | FoxNews.com