Let's continue to define some of the issues that parents, teachers and leaders need to be considering. There is no simple way to define or describe the complexities of the issues causing our children and society to become at risk. The last blog spoke into some surface-level issues that face kids and families. What about … Continue reading TRUTH MATTERS: Toxic Social Media and the Dark Web: Part II
So, when you think about Kaepernick taking a knee or any other generalized "resistance" to law enforcement, you might consider that those who struggle with this struggle today, do so through the very DNA and emotional history of their ancestors.
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
Is the Coronavirus God's Judgement? This last blog contains some requested commentary on the "big picture", as well as some practical "advice" for thriving in the midst of disaster. There is a lot of doom and gloom discussion taking place in social media and in the news. There's also a good deal of pollyanna wishful … Continue reading Overcoming Fear, Uncertainty and the Coronavirus (Part Three)
You are not alone. We are in this together! We're in This Together! We were driving along a lonely road in my home state a couple days ago and noticed that the DOT digital sign said "We're in this together!" The first blog post a few days ago somewhat laid the groundwork for this discussion, … Continue reading Overcoming Fear, Uncertainty and the Coronavirus (Part Two)
Thriving While Others are Surviving is a Matter of the Mind You Are Not Alone Recently, a pastor and good friend asked me to define a "shepherd." Our discussion was focused around the responsibilities of a pastor in the context of leading at the local church level. His first question was, "How would you define … Continue reading Overcoming Fear, Uncertainty and the Coronavirus (Part One)