March 18, 2020
picture of hell

What there is to fear

While the world is paralyzed under a pandemic, I was reflecting on the worry I’ve battled for years — that balls up in my belly on occasion like a heavy […]
April 14, 2019
Betsy Devos, school choice, nea, teacher unions, rebecca friedrichs, public education

Children as human shields: benefiting them or benefiting from them?

Social media blew up recently with outraged protests over the possibility of taxpayers no longer being required to fund certain charitable organizations, among which was Special Olympics. An informed attorney […]
June 10, 2017
hate in the church, love in the church, Romans 12:19, Psalm 106:35, Deuteronomy 18

Is There Not Enough Hate in the Church?

A young man stood up in our church to share a word he’d heard from the Lord during the time of prayer before the service. “There are many people in […]
October 20, 2014

The good stewardship of liberty

Having a number of friends who have immigrated to the USA from Hungary, Egypt, Venezuela, Iran, and other nations, I’ve observed two common denominators among them: they appreciate and exercise […]