With Valentine’s Day this past week, doubtless many of you spent time with someone you love or at least listened to a few love songs to help you get into the mood of the season. While most of those songs carry sweet sentiments, there are many out there that tend toward the creepy side. Here […]Read more "5 Creepy Love Songs"
In the past decade, the issue of homosexuality skyrocketed from being a fringe movement to drawing the world’s attention. Christians have reacted in a variety of ways. Those more liberal in their theology embraced it to avoid countering societal pressure. Those more conservative treated it as the second coming of the Black Plague. Everywhere in […]Read more "Answering the Question, ‘Is God Anti-Gay?’"
As I cross another year since my dad passed away from brain cancer, I usually reflect on that period and what I felt/learned during it. In the past year I’ve become acquainted with a song by an old Christian rock band, delirious? (yes, they put a ? mark at the end of their name). Its […]Read more "Stare the Monster Down"
R.C. Sproul opens his book The Holiness of God by recounting a time when he encountered that holiness. He spends the rest of his book explaining the Bible’s teaching on the subject, what that says about God, and how that affects our lives. As he moved through each chapter it reminded me of a couple things I […]Read more "Encountering ‘The Holiness of God’"
I always enjoy taking time at the end/beginning of a year to reflect on how my life developed over the past 365 days. As I come upon this post, I barely have time to sit down and reflect. Partially this is due to my young one crying or vying for my attention. It also doesn’t […]Read more "Reflections on 2017: Where My Father’s Been"
It’s the end of the year, so it’s time for more lists to hit the blogs detailing the favorite/best of [fill in the blank] that people enjoyed. I already have a couple more top 10 lists on another site I write for and you can check that out if you’re curious about music. But for […]Read more "Best Books I’ve Read in 2017"
“I believe, Mr. Snitchey, there are quiet victories and struggles, great sacrifices of self, and noble acts of heroism, in [the battle-field of Life]–even in many of its apparent lightnesses and contradictions–not the less difficult to achieve, because they have no earthly chronicle or audience–done every day in nooks and corners, and in little households, […]Read more "Recognizing ‘The Battle of Life’"