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When the Needs of the World Are Overwhelming

When the Needs of the World Are Overwhelming

Sometimes I wish media would just crawl in a hole and die. No, that’s not a statement about biased reporters or skewed networks or even fake news. It’s a statement about our culture that is saturated with information. All kinds of information, really, but...
Dear Christian Who Doesn’t Want to Vote for Trump

Dear Christian Who Doesn’t Want to Vote for Trump

I know, I know. It’s very likely that you have no desire to read a political piece on a Christian blog. If that’s the case, feel free to skip this post. The title is no accident, by the way. If you’re not a Christian, this post probably isn’t...
Dear Christian Voter

Dear Christian Voter

There is so much I could say about the upcoming election. But for a Christian, there is nothing more important than what I recently shared in a post at Satisfaction Through Christ. No matter your political persuasion, it’s my prayer that your heart and mine will...
21 Things I Love About Fostering

21 Things I Love About Fostering

We’ve been fostering children for two years now, during which time we’ve had eight children in our home as long-term placements, plus over a dozen more for shorter “respite” stays. I’ve been pretty transparent about the hardships of...
The Wise Man Builds His House…Where?

The Wise Man Builds His House…Where?

“The wise man builds his house upon a rock… The rains came down as the floods came up… And the house on the rock stood firm.” If you grew up in church, there’s a good chance you learned that song as a small child. (I don’t know...
Guiding Your Kids Toward a Biblical Worldview

Guiding Your Kids Toward a Biblical Worldview

There are few things I want more for my kids than for them to develop a biblical worldview. To view every aspect of life – social, cultural, political, moral, and personal – through the filter of God’s own Word. I’m pretty excited to share with...
The Fallacy of the Pro-Choice Christian

The Fallacy of the Pro-Choice Christian

My niece was born just 6 days ago. There’s something special about a new baby, isn’t there? Slim, wrinkled, not-yet-dimpled hands. Dainty toes topped with impossibly tiny nails. Arms stretching…reaching. Plump face that resembles daddy here, mommy...
When Sitting in Church Makes You A Sitting Duck

When Sitting in Church Makes You A Sitting Duck

There’s no doubt we live in a fallen world. One that’s wracked by pain. Evil. Terror. Do you ever feel like a sitting duck in such a world? Sometimes I do. In a movie theater. In a sports stadium. In a concert arena. And lately, in a church. It’s...
The Blessing America Most Needs

The Blessing America Most Needs

I love this nation. I’m supremely grateful for having been born in the land of the free and the home of the brave, even as I’m aware of how very much I take it for granted. I’m deeply thankful for men and women who have deemed this nation worth...