As we approach the end of week one of the Trump presidency, yesterday was the most unsettling yet. The silencing or "gag order" of several agencies from communicating with the public, the executive orders to progress with the Keystone and Dakota pipelines, and then the day ended with a tweet from Mr. Trump, "Big day … Continue reading Resistance, Victory, and Hope: Finding Strength after Week One of Trump’s America.
As I awoke from my depressed slumber from the late eve of election night, I immediately checked my phone for the results. There it was. Donald Trump had won the presidential election of The United States of America. Tears started to well, and body temperature began to raise as I could feel my cheeks getting … Continue reading Cleansing the Temple: Our work post the inauguration of Trump.
From the moment I was born, I was immersed in Fundamental Christianity, pointed toward Jesus. I had no choice in the matter, nor did I have any other reality to perceive. Jesus loves me, he died for me, and I have to earnestly ask him to come into my heart, and if I don't, I … Continue reading Debating Jesus, Part I.
I imagine that if Jesus was physically here today he'd knock at my door after being invited over to lunch, and I would open the door and see a brown skinned middle Eastern man, dressed in something he purchased at a thrift store, and he'd be carrying a nice home brewed bottle of red. Standing … Continue reading Debating Christ, Part 2.
God is the sunset, with her hues of purple, red, and hints of gold. He's the snow that falls in the night, only so she can sparkle like diamonds at dawn. He's a labyrinth of adventure. She's a wing of safety, freedom, and Love. She's the Life in your Spirit, and he's your blood on … Continue reading God is…