Living As A Christ Follower In Today’s Culture

What is my role and how far do I get involved? While studying and writing recently on the book of Revelation, I asked myself, “if the world is falling apart anyways, will what I do make a difference”? How can I make a difference and how should I be living as a Christ follower in... Continue Reading →

While We Watch And Wait

The decision on whether to overturn "Roe" has been a long process. People have been waiting for years to see if this decision will change or remain the same. If the SCOTUS overturns "Roe", will the decision make abortion illegal nationwide, or will it simply return oversight to the states as it was before the... Continue Reading →

All Things Are New

When the Stars Burn Down by Philips, Craig and Dean We are finally in the last two chapters of Revelation! This has been quite a study and a learning experience, hasn't it? When I began studying John's Revelation, I thought that I would see all of these end time events. I have seen events, but... Continue Reading →

Finding Another Love

First Love by Chris Tomlin I can't help but wonder as I study the book of Revelation and the example of Babylon how much this represents, not only sin throughout history, but in our culture now. Babylon, throughout scripture represents and is a symbolic of a permeating worldview filled with wickedness. It seems that the... Continue Reading →

His Name Is Jesus

Now that we've discussed the protagonist (the pregnant woman and more importantly, her child) and the antagonist (The Dragon, Satan) in our story, let's look at the story itself in Revelation 12. Today the focus will be on the story itself and the power of the child she gives birth to. Her male son, His... Continue Reading →

A Tribute To Leo

One week ago, early in the morning, we heard a strange sound. Leo, our Shih Tzu started into some end of life symptoms. A few days before this, we noticed that he was having some incontinence problems. At the very end, he was bleeding and had trouble with his bowels. We were calling some emergency... Continue Reading →

Get Ready and Stay Ready

For The Cause by Keith and Kristyn Getty When my children were young and we prepared to go somewhere, our kids would take off what we just put on them. Put shoes on, they take them off. Put a coat on, they take it off. And because they did, they were now, no longer completely... Continue Reading →

Born To Set People Free

Today we celebrated Christmas Day, but for the past few days, weeks and months, we have been preparing ourselves and perhaps our family, especially for this day. For those of us who have lost someone special or grieving about difficult circumstances, this day can be harder to plan for or be excited about. It seems... Continue Reading →

What Would They Say?

Remember Me by Mark Schultz Senator Dole passed away this past Sunday at 98 years old. After my grandchildren left this morning, I watched the live funeral service for Senator Dole at the National Cathedral as so many people had great things to say about his life and influence. His family loved him greatly as... Continue Reading →

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