Blessed Are The Meek

As the children’s Sunday School teacher, I often call upon the kids to help with object lessons. This particular lesson required 2 helpers. So I chose one girl and I asked her to choose the other helper. This girl had two good friends in the class and they both stood up, waving their hands and… Read More ›

Don’t Doubt Your Faith!

We used to have what we called Healing School on Monday nights. A woman walked in one night who was obviously very ill. She was very weak and had a friend along to help her. She was asked if she believed that God can heal the sick and she answered “yes”, which was encouraging. But… Read More ›

Love Revolution?

The Revolution of Love – that is how one celebrity started out her speech a few weekends back, referring to the women’s march on Washington. Sounds good, right? Then she proceeded to tell her opposition to do something that I cannot even print. I don’t know much about a love revolution, but I’m pretty certain… Read More ›

Leap of Faith

In the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, there is a scene where Indiana Jones must take a leap of faith. He is in a race against time to save his father’s life and he is facing a deep crevice and needs to get to the other side but it is much too wide… Read More ›

Temptation

“So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree desirable to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate. She also gave to her husband with her, and he ate.” This was the one moment in history that forever changed… Read More ›

Sanctity of Life

This Sunday is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday (SOHLS). It seems odd that we would have to set aside a day to remind ourselves that life is precious. But these are indeed changing times. All life, whether inside the womb or out, is precious life created by God, our maker. On January 22, 1973, the… Read More ›

Don’t Judge Me!

Do you ever hear a great message at church or from an evangelist on TV and immediately one or two people come to mind and you think to yourself “I wish so-and-so was listening to this!”  Why is it that we have no trouble finding fault in others, but it is difficult to see fault… Read More ›