Freedom Melting, Part 2

My brother commented on Freedom Melting, then he read the Worthy Brief devotion below.  He said "I read your melting freedom article and then read today's Worthy Brief.  I had commented on the article that perhaps God will save our country through the church.  Then I read the Worthy Brief. God told Solomon that "If … Continue reading Freedom Melting, Part 2

We Do, or We Don’t

Gary Bauer of American Values said after the SOTU address by President Trump: "Either we respect the sanctity of life or we do not. Either we secure the border or we do not. Either we remain a nation committed to free markets and individual liberty or we do not. Either we cherish our history and … Continue reading We Do, or We Don’t

Forgiveness: The Forgotten Virtue

Bill Cosby was the first. And not the last. Today's political correctness reaches far back into a person's past. It doesn't matter if they have changed. It doesn't matter if they have been doing good for the last 3 or 4 decades. One mistake, one goof, one sin is all it takes to become the … Continue reading Forgiveness: The Forgotten Virtue

The Need of America

Karen Pence, wife of Vice President Pence, has come under fire (not surprisingly) for her teaching at a Christian School which the New York Times said "bars LGBT students and teachers."  Actually, the school doesn't "bar" anyone, but they do define sexual activity outside of marriage as moral misconduct. But every liberal media outlet and … Continue reading The Need of America

Afraid or Dangerous?

Okay.  Time to face my paranoia: I see things like that new site USA.life, I'm hesitant to join because it lumps all people of like beliefs and mindsets into one place -- or database.  Easy pickings for those who would use such lists for nefarious purposes.  I'm hesitant to subscribe to sites even when offered … Continue reading Afraid or Dangerous?

The Dream of a Visionary

“We must not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence …” stated Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Civil Rights March on Washington, Aug. 28, 1963. Martin Luther King Jr. continued: “I have a dream … where little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white … Continue reading The Dream of a Visionary

Religious Liberty in Jeopardy

If you receive Tony Perkins' Washington Update you've read about this.  Here is a synopsis of his November 15 report : If the House Democrats get their way, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act will be nullified, and religious liberty as we know it will disappear. Only 3 members of Congress voted against it in 1993, … Continue reading Religious Liberty in Jeopardy