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  • The Sermon that Provided the Solution

    Last Saturday, as I drove to visit my Seventh Day Baptist friends, I was fretting over my life aloud to God. It wasn’t so much a prayer, really, as me simply worrying and complaining to Him about what wasn’t right, and what I’ve tried to get things right, and how could I still be struggling …[ read more ]

  • My Bucket List

    Do you struggle with your eyesight? Recently, I’ve experienced extensive eye strain and scheduled a visit with my optometrist. Was I having trouble seeing distance? No. Was I struggling to read? Not really. Then, she asked, what is the trouble? I looked at the desktop where she was seated about two feet from me. “There!” …[ read more ]

  • Christians Don’t Send Explosives Through the Mail

    Words are powerful. Not just the president’s words, the Pope’s, famous people’s, or writers. Your words make an impact on the world. We shouldn’t pretend words don’t wield tremendous influence on the planet. Especially, Christians. We know better. We follow the God who is the Word, the Word that became flesh, the Eternal Word, the …[ read more ]

  • There Lives a Monster, Who was Once a Little Boy

    A monster moved into Providence, RI sometime in the past two weeks. At least, that’s what the mobs who protest outside his building have written on their signs and shout up at the windows. He’s a monster who preys on young boys and they want him turned out of their neighborhood. The scenes on the …[ read more ]

  • The Problem with Peace

    Peace is a popular topic. I mean, you can see why, right? Peace is like the cool dude of virtues, which is why it became a hand signal in the sixties. Peace is a place we can all agree, a platform on which we can all stand and applaud speech after speech made in its …[ read more ]