Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Effects of Abortion

Over 40 million unborn babies have been killed since abortion was legalized in America in 1973. Our population is 323 million but it should be 363 million. From an economic standpoint alone, that would have been 40 million taxpayers to … Continue reading

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Doomsday Clock is at 3 Minutes to Midnight

The big news today is that “The Doomsday Clock stands unchanged at three minutes to midnight. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, which oversees the clock–a metaphor of how close humanity is to destroying the planet–left the hands in place … Continue reading

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The Nickel Plan to Balance the Budget and Pay Off our Debt

Stop Kicking the Can Down the Road For Our Kids and Grandkids The Mess I have a solution for all of those politicians and pundits who claim to be concerned about the economic crisis of our nation, kicking the can … Continue reading

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I Think We Need Another Word for “Boycott”

Some black activists announced this week that they would not attend the Oscars because there weren’t enough blacks nominated.  They try to compare their plight to that of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and others who participated in the Montgomery Bus Boycott … Continue reading

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My Civil Rights Hero

We just celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  He was a great civil rights leader, achieving unbelievable victories using nonviolent means.  However, my civil rights hero is someone else. In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its … Continue reading

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Is the Pope a Christian?

That’s a ridiculous question, right? We tend to think that the leader of 1.2 billion people in Christendom must surely be a true believer. How does one become a believer? Ephesians 2:8-9 says, 8 “For it is by grace you … Continue reading

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Be Encouraged, Even in Failure

Even Peter failed. He was a devout follower of Jesus Christ. Yet, there was a time, even as a believer, when he denied even knowing Christ. In John 13:37, Peter asked, “Lord, why can’t I follow you now? I will … Continue reading

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Protecting Our Children

In President Obama’s latest State of the Union address, he noted how we need to protect the weak and the vulnerable and the innocent. I think we all agree that this first and foremost includes our children. It always seems … Continue reading

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Don’t Confuse Worship with Fellowship

Sometimes we tend to think relate worship with a worship service that includes fellowship with other believers. However, we need to be careful because the terms “worship” and “fellowship” are not the same thing. What is Worship? Romans 12:1-2 actually … Continue reading

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The Only Thing We Can Trust Politicians to Do is to Lie

On October 26th, 1972, Henry Kissinger said, “Peace in Vietnam is at hand.”  This statement served its purpose by getting Nixon re-elected, but peace wasn’t at hand.  After three more years of war, the U. S. would surrender South Vietnam back … Continue reading

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