There are two lions that figure very prominently in the Bible. In fact, not only do we read about these lions in the Bible, but we are also affected by these two lions each day.
MIDDLE OF THE ROAD
Since the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the Fourth of July has been observed as a day for patriotism and unity.
Ten years ago this week, Tuesday to be exact, two pretty important events occurred in the life of this then 30 year-old. I was on the way to my final colleg
I once read where a writer and philosopher said “The end is near when we no longer talk to ourselves” He explained, “It is the end of genuine thinking and the beginning of final loneliness.
The Fourth of July is quickly approaching, and I’ve been thinking about our nation. I am proud of our nation, but have a few concerns.
Childhood should be carefree. Every child deserves to feel safe, cared for, and nurtured.
On Sunday, I heard Sherry Lansing (film director) say, “If you take risks, you’re going to be wrong as much as you’re right. That is the pain of life and the joy of life.” (CBS Sunday Morning)
Perhaps the most common attitude among “religious” people is the attitude that one church is as good as another.