When most professing Christians pray, they usually end their prayer with the phrase “in Jesus’ name.” When and if YOU pray, do you end your prayer with those words? … More In Jesus’ Name: Asking and Receiving In Prayer
Many of us are like the prodigal son, confusedly meandering through life as we choose shady paths and make unwise decisions. Some of our choices provide for us valuable life experiences. … More What Does It Mean To Live Like Jesus Lived?
Give me the blazing sunsets, fresh clean air and bright starry skies you can only see through clean air and no city lights. Give me simple living. … More Simple Living – The Dreams of a Country Boy
I gave the 44th President of the United States the benefit of the doubt when he was elected and boy did I get burned. I don’t want to get burned again. … More An Open Letter to President-Elect Donald J. Trump
The most fundamental philosophical difference between the American Revolution and French Revolution comes down to how they viewed the natural order. … More Watching The French Revolution Come to America
On our individual journeys we will encounter snares and pitfalls – obstacles that we must maneuver through, around or over to continue on our way. … More Snares And Pitfalls After Leaving The Institutional Church
One of the problems with American Christianity is that we don’t have a living relationship with God or each other. It’s all superficial, surface emotions. … More The Problems with American Christianity and Some Solutions
After two decades of being a part of the organized institutional church, I discovered that the church is far more lost than the world it’s trying to save. … More I Left The Institutional Church, Now What?
Approximately 69 million American Christians have left the church. About half of them haven’t quit God, just organized religion. … More 13 Reasons I Left The Institutional Church
Herodotus believed there were rules to the rise and fall of a government. They rose and fell because of individual decisions made by individual leaders. … More Empires Rise, Empires Fall: The Decline Of Government Systems