A World Divided

"Every man did that which was right in his own eyes." This Scripture verse, found in Judges 21:25, is very applicable when it comes to people who cause division. They believe that they are right and condemn people who do not line up with their own beliefs. In the Old Testament, when there was no... Continue Reading →

Flip The Switch

Truth Be Told - Matthew West When I go to a room that has no light and I need to see, I turn on the light, or as some say, "flip the switch!" There is a lot of darkness in hearts today. There is brokenness, a lot of broken people. How do people come out... Continue Reading →

A Real Friend: Unfriending Facebook

Critical Decisions About A Real Friend I have made some important decisions lately. Last night, I was thinking about what a real friend is and the value of keeping my Facebook account. As I considered my values, I realized that Facebook and social media in general has so cheapened the concept of a real friend.... Continue Reading →

To Recycle or Not?

Decisions Today Will Impact Generations For Future Generations - 4 Him To Recycle Or Not We all make decisions in our family and personal life. Do we recycle the stuff we have been given or throw it away? We are dealing with some very hard situations in the USA right now. Most of it got... Continue Reading →

Marriage Takes Real Commitment!

Marriages Are Failing Today Daily, we see news stories of A-list celebrity couples who have decided that it is time to end their marriages. Some just say that their marriage has been too rocky and some say that they have ended things on "good terms". I ask myself though, if they are ending their marriage... Continue Reading →

Four Values I Learned from Mr. Rogers

When I was a child, I loved watching Mr. Rogers Neighborhood! This show touched my heart very much and Mr Rogers' values taught me some important life lessons that I still value today. Since a movie came out last year called "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" about Mr Rogers and his life and a movie... Continue Reading →

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