So we know that the divorce rate is really high. But it doesn’t have to be. Is it really possible that all of these divorced people just happened to marry … Continue reading Unconditional marriage?
Spring symbolizes a new beginning. The death of winter is gone and all things are made new. Spring is like a second chance. Have you ever been in an unhealthy … Continue reading Thank God! Spring is here!
The latest census says that those who are 85 and older are now the fastest growing population. We could learn much from these aged pill takers. I recently had the … Continue reading Smelling the roses
So I was reading the bible the other day and pondering the words in 1 John 3:2. Now before I go into what it says I need to set the … Continue reading The Change has come!
February is Black History month and I guess I’m still stuck with asking the same question: Why? I mean, I guess it’s a good thing, but I would still love … Continue reading It’s February and you know what that means…
Of the 50 percent of Americans who make resolutions, 90 percent of them break their resolution by the middle of January. It seems that the end of a year gives … Continue reading Resolutions should be a way of life
This week we honor a man who dared to buck the system and show the powers that be what they really looked like. A man who said he had a … Continue reading There are still some who can’t see the dream
2010 is on its way out. It ran the course it was supposed to and things happened this year as they were supposed to. So we bid farewell to this … Continue reading Turning the page on another year
Parables are always wonderful stories. Jesus Christ is the master teacher and he told them far better than any man. This little parable of the lines gives us great insight … Continue reading The parable of the lines: part 2
Isn’t it funny how the mind works? I remember when I was in grade school and instead of attempting to master math, I spent the most productive hours convincing myself … Continue reading I can’t?