Two Alaskan Airlines employees were fired for questioning the airline’s support of H.R. 5 – The Equality Act. The two employees did not ask hateful questions but wanted to know if Alaskan thinks “it’s possible to regulate morality,” and another asked if Alaska supported “endangering the Church, encouraging suppression of religious freedom, obliterating women rightsContinue reading “The Equality Act Strikes Before Becoming Law”
Following the commissioning of the original twelve, Jesus warns of persecution that will come as His follower. In Part I, we reviewed Matthew 10:16-17 and 10:19-20, where Jesus warned that He was sending His disciples out as “sheep” among “wolves” but not to fear as the Spirit will give them (and us) the words toContinue reading “Part II – A Christian Response to Political Correctness”
Part II of A Christian Response to Political Correctness is in progress.
An edited and revised version of the article is currently under review for publication with the The Reformed Conservative. You can read Part II here. Addendum. Women who fled Maoist Cultural Revolution provides testimony to school board.
Miscarriages can be one of the most traumatic events in a couple’s life. A happy mother and father are planning for the new member of the family when tragedy strikes. It’s heartbreaking for believing and unbelieving families alike, we all acknowledge that life was lost, and a tragedy occurred. Yet, millions of people in ourContinue reading “What Happened to “Safe and Rare?””
Paul’s Influence Today Paul’s life was far from ordinary. His ministry was provocative, while his reputation was contentious, and throughout his ministry he suffered much for the gospel. Paul’s letters continue to ignite heated debates concerning his remarks on “Israel, homosexuality, women, spiritual gifts, and the end times.” Yet, he is also remembered as aContinue reading “Is the Apostle Paul Outdated?”
I originally wrote this to family on October 18th, 2020. Before we knew the results of the election…before Jan 6th. I was trying to share my perspective after spending most of 2020 outside of the U.S. living in an Islamic nation. We are very blessed in the U.S. and I think we often forget everythingContinue reading “Thoughts from 2020”