We caught another skunk in our barn. Having never lived somewhere where skunks were a problem like they are here I wasn’t sure what to do. Growing up, we had rats and possums, but not skunks. So catching a rat or possum in a live trap, I knew how to deal with it, but a scary skunk? Not so much.
In fact, despite my rural heritage I knew so little about skunks that Continue reading Lessons From A Skunk
Fake news is nothing new or unique. What is new and unique is the modern combination of accessibility and gullibility. Continue reading Fake News and the End Times
I’m going to be about as popular for this review as Les was for his prediction of a Trump presidency, but Captain Fantastic was fantastic. Saying so doesn’t make me any less Christian and it doesn’t mean that I love Jesus any less. Continue reading Captain Fantastic
This seems like such a simple concept, but it makes and breaks people everyday. The difference between success and failure, joy and shame, wealth and poverty and so many other things lies in the difference between what you want to do now and what you’ll wish you did tomorrow.
Seeking God, praying, and reading scripture are some of the ways we can reconcile tomorrow with today. That process adjusts our priorities and motivates our desires in incredible ways. Continue reading What you want to do right now & what you’ll wish you’d done tomorrow.
As her husband packs his bags, the FLOTUS declared yesterday that: “America is now a country without hope.”
What an incredible life lesson about placing our hope in a person, any person. Political campaigns are designed to do just that. To rally the atheists to fill the Jesus-shaped hole in their hearts with some candidate charlatan. Are we just going to do that again? Does a new president just mean a new golden calf? I hope not. Continue reading Real Hope
“Concerning the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and our being gathered to him, we ask you, brothers and sisters, not to become easily unsettled or alarmed by the teaching allegedly from us—whether by a prophecy or by word of mouth or by letter—asserting that the day of the Lord has already come. Don’t let anyone deceive you in any way, for that day will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction. Continue reading A Powerful Delusion
“…but for all those people who don’t have a relationship with God that is your relationship, what do they do?” – Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi seems to think that because people that ignore God are afraid that our faith is a problem. It was a momentary look into the mind of a non-believer and a hint at why faithless people so often find themselves at odds with people of faith. The fact that we are happy and they are not makes them feel like victims. Victims of us. Continue reading Generation Selfie
I would apologize for writing yet another apology for “the Donald” but the hypocrisy of the left will be on full display today. Continue reading Political Apologetics
Imago Dei, the image of God. Michelangelo’s image of God reaching His hand across (not down, not up) to a man – God’s hand no larger and no different than that of the man – has molded much of society’s image of God for centuries. The images are both of flesh, as though Imago Dei is flesh, and yet the Bible consistently refutes that image. Continue reading Imago Dei