A German-American acquaintance of mine remarked to a relation of mine a few weeks ago upon return to America from a visit home to Germany … More…
First off let me make perfectly clear that Memorial Day isn’t for me or any other military veteran now “guartered safe out here.” It’s not … More…
Why I’m going to be ignoring Facebook for a while, and maybe turning it off for good.
Exploring the idea that discrimination against certain behaviors in the conduct of business and life is not necessarily immoral even when based upon personal prejudice, and may in fact be a loving Christian’s only valid moral position.
The bittersweet air of Christmas time, and the remorseful reflection brought on by a thorough scrubbing of my contact list in preparation for sending out Christmas cards for the first time in many years.
A “war” story about the often deleterious effects of using cheater pipes on wrenches. A dear friend recently reminded me of how sections of pipe are sometimes put onto the handles of tools like pipe wrenches to increase leverage – often with “suboptimal” results. It reminded me of this story.
Rudyard Kipling is accused – with good reason – of being a racist and an imperialist, but this poem attests that he was also a prophet. I share it here in its entirety because the online resources I’ve found are full of transcription errors which destroy not only the meter and rhyme, but the meaning of the words. How does one forge a sward, pray tell?
Pondering how America has wandered so far off the path upon which she was founded, I find an answer, and a hope in Psalm 106.
Since Jesus ascended to Heaven, Christians have been awaiting His return. As the world descends into anarchy, our desire for Jesus’ return becomes more and more fervent. Despite Jesus’ own admonition against it, Christians have tried since ancient times to determine from scripture exactly when the “rapture” will occur. The latest of these predictions is the so-called “Great Sign” – an alignment in the heavens which will happen on September 23rd, 2017. I submit that such predictions are a danger to those who are not yet believers in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis made some ill-considered remarks on a recent TV interview and has issued a heartfelt apology which will be forwarded as a PDF in response to customer feedback posted on the company website. Since none of the news media is likely to share this apology because true humility isn’t considered newsworthy, I decided to share it here.