Category Archives: culture

They’re already here

Posted in culture, death, Isis, Islam, jihad, Muslims, Trump | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

If they can do it to ______, they can do it to anybody

Posted in Christians at work, culture, hypocrits, religion, vote | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Liberal Tired of Her “Tribe”

The article comes from Secularist Liberal Tired of her “Tribe”   Amazing letter today from a reader. I’ve hidden a bit to protect her identity: I’m a secular/agnostic Californian and longtime reader of your blog. I’ve enjoyed your books beginning … Continue reading

Posted in agnostic, atheism, atheist, church, conversion, culture, family problems, hypocrits, parents | Leave a comment

Rock Bottom

In 2 Peter 1:5-7 Peter put faith first and then listed the other qualities. Every writer thinks strategically about word placement. There’s a reason Peter started with faith. 5 For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; … Continue reading

Posted in art, bible study, christianity, conversion, culture, ego, Jesus, writing | Tagged , | 1 Comment

What’s in Your Wallet? (unique way to reconsider daily baggage)

Guesstimate: How much cash do you think you’re carrying? $______ Empty your pocketbook, tote bag, wallet. From the third person point of view (he/she, his/her) write assumptions a stranger might make about the person who carries the items in that … Continue reading

Posted in culture, ego, family, money, relationships | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

For Whom Shall We Vote?

Both candidates give me cause for concern about how they would handle the office of President of the United States of America and change our Nation. Here’s a long, but thoughtful and specific article from a Christian point of view for … Continue reading

Posted in Christians at work, culture, election, religion, skeptic | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Very Good Book Free @ Kindle Unlimited

Confessions of a Transformed Heart is a read-worthy, true account of a longtime missionary family told by Nancy, whose heart was remolded by God in the face of horror, disease and more. Even so, the book is encouraging and not a … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, book review, books, culture, death, evangelism, family, family problems, forgiving, healing, illness, marital problems, mission, travel, writing | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment