Before indoor plumbing the outhouse was a necessary fixture on the farm or in the backyard. Not only did the outhouse serve as an early bathroom, it was also the place where household garbage was dumped and the occasional alcoholic beverage was partaken of in secret. But the attempt to ...Read More »
Living the Word. Being disciples and followers. Transformed to the image of Christ. Are you ready for a look at what those words really mean? Are you ready to consider what transformation really looks like? Will you consider how you can BE the ‘Living Word?’ I’d like you to meet ...Read More »
Questions Atheists Tend to Ask Part 6: Why is “Thou shalt not rape” Not Part of the Ten Commandments?
Why is, “Thou shalt not rape,” one of the Ten Commandments? That is a question I’ve heard asked by atheists more than a few times. Well it is contained in the 10 Commandments, one just needs look deep enough to understand that the Ten Commandments cover every moral situation there is. In the case of rape, that ...Read More »
Yesterday, I talked about a personal experience in my life and how it led to a more reflective situation in our home. I talked about a particular TV series and how it “seduces” viewers with its beauty and grandeur. I discussed how viewers become immersed in the imagery and then ...Read More »
Recently, I was given a DVD set of Downton Abbey, a prominent TV series. The gifter told me the series reminded her of me and would speak to me like Anne of Green Gables. Having heard great things about the series from friends and family, I was so excited to ...Read More »