School Shootings: What is at the Heart?

I have been reading, with great interest, the coverage and responses to the recent school shooting in Florida. I am appalled that a person could be so calloused as to enter a place like that to kill and maim fellow students and faculty. One thing that I believe everyone agrees with: we need to do […]

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A Word About the Election…

Here we are, just 4 days out from Election Day in the United States. If you are anything like me, you are at the point of complete aggravation at the political ads that are constantly broadcast on television and radio. Regardless of who you might be choosing to vote for, you are probably ready for […]

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Desire to Sin Without Rebuke…

I have read, with great interest, over the last few days, articles and ensuing discussions centered on sinful behavior. One discussion I have followed has had a recurring theme that seems to be present any time we try to have a discussion about any sin. That theme is: We are all sinners, so don’t condemn […]

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Jesus Is My Lord!

In today’s world of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.), it is easy to have a shallow faith. Every day we read posts from various people declaring their faith in Christ through attractive slogans, pictures with catchy captions, and quoted verses often without any context. Unfortunately, for many people this type of superficial faith is […]

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Actions Speak Louder than Words

When I logged on to Facebook today, a friend of mine had a very interesting post.  He said: The “Jesus,” “Church,” & “Bible” in your Likes & Interests are undermined by the spaghetti-strap you wear in your profile pic I have to give a hearty “Amen” to that!  This got me thinking about how we […]

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Dressing to Profess Godliness

I’m sure that everyone else has noticed what I have noticed. The weather has been warming up and the clothing has been coming off. It has become painfully obvious that our society has regressed to be just like the Israelites. Twice Jeremiah says that the people of his day had forgotten how to blush (Jeremiah […]

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America’s Moral Decline

Recently, it has made the news that a 15 year old girl in Washington Sate was allowed to go to an abortion clinic during school hours.  Not only was she permitted to get the abortion, but she was counseled to do so, and she was counseled to not tell her parents about it!  Here is […]

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The Right to Choose

There has been a lot of uproar over the past couple of days about CBS’s decision to air an anti-abortion ad during the Super Bowl.  Women’s groups and abortion advocates have complained, even though the content of the ad has not been released.  The gist of the ad, as it has been reported, is that […]

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