When I first moved to Atlanta in 1988, I had never seen a cotton plantation, much less, a field ripe with cotton. While a common site for many across the Southern states, it's amazing how many stories we miss or misinterpret as we travel along life's highways. I have several times over the years, even … Continue reading III. Stronger-Together: Unity and a Field of Dreams
The first blog in this mini-series, "Just-us or Justice? Truth Matters," we talked about the problems and shed some light on some of the issues surrounding the agendas actually driving the current social unrest in the United States. Together, we're learning that the violence and the "protests" are rooted in an agenda that is exploiting … Continue reading II. In Truth There is Freedom: Justice Follows
In February 2012 George Zimmerman, a Hispanic male, born in 1983 confronted a suspicious person wearing a hoodie walking down a street at night. Zimmerman, a neighborhood appointed block watch captain was on patrol in response to a rash of recent burglaries. A confrontation took place and Zimmerman was injured. He shot the person in … Continue reading I. Just-us or Justice? Truth Matters.
Enemy occupied territory - that is what this world is. Christianity is the story of how the rightful king has landed, you might say landed in disguise, and is calling us all to take part in a great campaign of sabotage."C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity Reconnaissance Report "Sir, we've finished our assessment. The warriors are assembling … Continue reading Born Into War: If I Were A Leader in The Lord’s Resistance
To the young, I would whisper that the Bible is a myth. I would convince the children that man created God instead of the other way around. I’d confide that what’s bad is good and what’s good is square. 1964, Paul Harvey In 1964, Paul Harvey published and recorded his now famous short essay entitled … Continue reading Born into War: If I Were the Devil’s War Planner
In Hebrew, “shalom” can be either a noun or a verb. It has the depth that seeks to address your and my health, well-being, our very completeness as a person.
Diversity has been so misused and what was originally meant as a virtue has become a dogmatic tyrannical mandate.