Going with God’s Opinion

How do you know who to trust? Our lives are built upon trust, but how do you really know who to trust? A man learns to love and trust a woman and marries her. But years (or even hours) later, one of them will betray that trust and the rest of the marriage hangs onContinue reading “Going with God’s Opinion”

The Grass is Greener on the Other Side: But it’s Astro Turf

Have you ever thought about abandoning everything you thought was right and just live like everyone else? Really, get honest with yourself and think about it. Have you ever been so discouraged about being a Christian that you would consider giving up all of the morals, the character building, the laws and traditions of theContinue reading “The Grass is Greener on the Other Side: But it’s Astro Turf”

Forgive and Forget? My A**.

In my last post I made a statement that needs to be clarified. Here’s the quote without any context: “But there will be no real change until the black race can learn to forgive and let go of the slave mentality imposed upon them during the entire history of the United States.” Upon later consideration,Continue reading “Forgive and Forget? My A**.”

You’ve Got the Power

This is one of the most recognizable slogans for feminist empowerment for the last fifty years. When it first became popular for TV advertising, it encouraged women to do what they’ve been discouraged from doing. It was encouraging and empowering. It helped to usher in the greatest years of female empowerment that the Western worldContinue reading “You’ve Got the Power”

You say “carnal” like it’s a bad thing.

When our children are born, they have their days and nights mixed up. It seems that a child in the mother’s womb sleeps during the day and gets active at night. Consequently, the parents get quite a few restless nights when the infant comes home for the first time. Even though it’s really hard onContinue reading “You say “carnal” like it’s a bad thing.”