This past week saw the taking down of the confederate flag in South Carolina and it was not without its controversies. Highlighted in that week was congressional sparring about the … Continue reading Accepted
One of the heroes from Marvel comics Xmen series is a character called the Wolverine. This character has the ability to heal himself at an accelerated rate, making it nearly … Continue reading I’m not the Wolverine
I struggle with the evils of this world. But I’m struggling more with the hypocrisy of America. Only in America does it matter how you were killed and the circumstances … Continue reading Our hypocrisy
If God only gave us 10 times during our life to lose our cool and then we would die, I wonder how many of us would still be here? God, … Continue reading My anger belongs to me
Dear God, It now makes sense to me why people don’t like to examine themselves: Our image is broken! I feel bad sometimes when I realize that I live in … Continue reading Another letter to God
Children are so easy to please. As my children progress into their late teens I reflect back on how easy it has been to care for them. All things … Continue reading My God the great guarantor
There are some people in this world who learn from other people’s mistakes. This is great if you are one of these people because it means you will avoid a … Continue reading The prodigal son has many children
I often hear Christians and non-Christians painting a picture of Christianity in a very primitive state based on their understanding. What I mean is that they are still looking at … Continue reading Maturity in Christ
In January we tried to start the year new. February was the month to build new relationships or strengthen old ones with the help of cupid. It didn’t work. In … Continue reading So what I’m trying to say is . . .
You ever wonder how a person can respect someone when they constantly treat people bad or hurt people’s feelings? How is it that people who run around with a … Continue reading My hope is built on nothing less . . .
If you are fortunate to live in an area where the seasons change, you have undoubtedly heard the phrase April showers bring May flowers. But metaphorically speaking, whenever there is a … Continue reading Hope in the Storm