Most people, in reading the headline of this blog post would say that God made marriage sacred. Much of what we know about marriage is really heresy and misinterpreted biblical … Continue reading Who made marriage sacred?
The problem with Christianity today is that the Christian understanding of religion is played out in hats. What I mean is we process Christian traits like wearing a hat. So … Continue reading Way too many hats
I’m not exactly sure when it happened but fathers have been given a bad deal when compared to their counter parts for decades. The trend seems to follow how dads … Continue reading Restoring virtue back in Father’s Day
The Stylistics made the song “Break up to make up” famous! Saying, “First you love me, then you hate me, that’s a game for fools.” Probably the worst thing about … Continue reading The big Break up
There is something to be said for being together. Our closeness or unity or connection to another person or group of folks quenches the thirsty we have for belonging. As … Continue reading A network of togetherness
There seems to be a shortage of true friends in this world. Social media can be down right evil sometimes. It gives everyone a reality show and truth be told, … Continue reading Being a friend
Yes. The headline is true. I have started writing again. I’m older, wiser and I have lived. I’m been through comedy and tragedy and I’m now back to share the … Continue reading I’m baaaack!
In the book of James in the bible he talks in chapter 3 about taming the tongue. James compares the tongue to the govenor that controls a ship and the … Continue reading Don’t say it; because you are better than that!
If there was a rating system for human beings, what type of human would you be? I mean would you seek to get high scores? Would you act any different … Continue reading Rate yourself
It has been a while since I expounded on God’s word so I would like to share Matt. 14:23-33. In this passage of scripture, Jesus was with a multitude and … Continue reading Too much wind for ya??
It seems that uncontrollable outbursts would be embarrassing, but for some it is absolutely not embarrassing! Some people could care less how they are viewed by others so as a … Continue reading Being emotionally aware of emotional poverty
So you had an expectation of something — that’s how it starts. Then you feel that you deserve that expectations fulfillment. Excitement follows. Expectation grows and an adrenaline rush ensues. … Continue reading The psychology of disappointment