[OP-ed] Opposition Editorial to the Main-Stream Conservative/Christian Editorial I am REALLY FRUSTRATED (Are you?) by what I see happening in the Christian and conservative communities. I do not see these as mutually exclusive, to be clear. Over the last few years, I've watched both of these communities dwindle to a bunch of yelling, complaining, anger-filled … Continue reading Dark War. Get Up, Go Forward!
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 Toxic Social Media and the Dark Web: Part II
Do you remember the last time you dropped your middle-schooler off downtown in the big city nearest you? I mean let them and their friends out in the middle of... well, you know what I mean, don't you? No? Well, how about the last time you approved of your high-school-age kids going to the local … Continue reading Toxic Social Media and the Dark Web: Part I
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
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)