Recently I read the account of a 16-year-old girl, Shannon, driving to school. She apparently thought it more important to put on her make-up than to keep her eyes on that old country road. As she was adjusting the rear-view mirror, she caught sight of some type of movement immediately ...Read More »
Is it right to ask God to bless something you know you shouldn’t do? No, and you don’t want to. When I am unwilling to “come clean” and choose to lie, it puts a wall between God and me, and I feel shut off. I still talk to Him, but ...Read More »
One thing that I enjoy learning about and researching is manliness. I am interested in answering the question, “How can I be a man after God’s own heart?” I read books, follow blogs, listen to podcasts, but most importantly I try to carry out what I am learning so that ...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 »
Unity. It is in the news a lot lately … or rather, disunity is in the news. The word itself reveals two key components: You and I. You and I must be the foot soldiers of unity, but God is the originator and producer of it. Unity was the heart ...Read More »