There is a House in America, it's called the Rising Son. There is undoubtedly a national rising of the light after the revelation of the little border children being separated from their parents and put into cages/internment camps. The line between good vs. evil is blatantly clear, and those who had ears to hear and … Continue reading Resistance in America: House of the Rising Son
Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. Proverbs 16:18 I had a great fall one time. I've had several in my life, but one comes to mind as the greatest one I've experienced. Eventually it happens to us all, as there is nothing that can stop it. The moment when your … Continue reading Pride Comes Before The Fall: We All Come Off Our High Horse Eventually
"The problem I am submitting to you arises not about prayer in general but only about that kind of prayer which consists of request or petition.... I have no answer to my problem, though I have taken it to about every Christian I know." C.S. Lewis Prayer has taken quite a beating in the last … Continue reading Another Week, Another School Shooting: Our Prayers Need to Change
Can you imagine Jesus calling Haiti or other countries in Africa "shithole" countries? Yesterday in the Oval Office, Trump questioned why the U.S. would admit more immigrants from Haiti and Africa, as he rejected a plan by a group of bipartisan senators which would change the entrance rules for these countries. While arguing his opinion, Trump referred … Continue reading Blessed Are The “Shithole” Countries, the Kingdom Belongs to Them.
It has been snowing for days where I live with no end in sight. The suffocatingly beautiful kind of snow, and I'm gifted with a fresh blanket of purity every morning. Aesthetically, the world outside is breath-takingly gorgeous. Spiritually, the world outside is becoming smaller and the tiny life I live has become more clear. … Continue reading Snow: What it Can Teach Us About Being Human and Helping Our Tribes
Christmas 2017 was the fifth consecutive year I have not attended church services during the season. My children have never experienced being in a children's ministry Christmas program. I do not have any pictures of them dressed up on stage singing Christmas songs with their Sunday school classmates. It's been a little strange as my … Continue reading An Ex-Evangelical’s Guide to Christmas: What I Told My Kids.
“Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland) The world has gone mad it seems. Everyday it is increasingly becoming more difficult to make sense of this new normal or this new America. It appears that we've followed the white rabbit into a hole that has lead … Continue reading America in Trumpland: Top 6 lies in this Rabbit Hole