I recently listened to an interview I found by happenstance of an old acquaintance. I had always admired her brilliance and tenacity, her quiet way and her commitment to her religion. I don’t think it is important for purposes of this story to tell you what religion she is, it is enough to know that… Continue reading Be Happy, God will understand
There are few things that have impacted me more than a speech I heard in a crowded room full of important people. It wasn’t the right setting, certainly not for fine dining and conversation you may expect to have in a secluded location with a good friend. But something inside the heart of this particular… Continue reading Cotton Fields
Thank you to Pastor Anthony Baker for hosting me on his blog this weekend. You can click the link below to head over to the Recovering Legalist and check out my piece on a being a Jewish believer in Christ. This is one of the longer pieces I have written, but you’ll understand why when… Continue reading 10 Things Jewish Believers In Christ Want You to Know — The Recovering Legalist
“Therefore choose life, so that both you and your offspring may live, and so that you may love the Lord your God, and obey his voice, and cling to him (for he is your life and the length of your days)…” Deuteronomy 30:19(b)-20(a) CPDV “It is good to hope in silence for the Lord’s deliverance.”… Continue reading Are you following Jesus?
When you are in a room talking about genocide, your world seems so small. I have been writing for a wonderful Christian paper, The Good News Florida for some time now, and it never ceases to amaze me when I look around at the place or person I have been assigned to cover. Sometimes the assignments seem… Continue reading Bearing witness: Genocide and our refusal to do anything about it
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Living Catholic artist, Ladislav Záborský was sentenced in Slovakia for treason to seven years imprisonment in 1954 but was released on Christmas Eve 1957. His crime? He painted Christ as a worker in 1949. His other religious art was labelled corrupt.While imprisoned, Ladislav felt as if his hands were nailed…
“A voice was heard in Ramah, sobbing and loud lamentation; Rachel weeping for her children, and she would not be consoled, since they were no more.” We talk a lot about human life in terms of abortion. We talk about why God values the lives of the unborn. There are protests and signs and lots… Continue reading Come eat at my table