Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Cost of Discipleship

Like Jesus, we must be willing to tell people that there is a cost to following the Savior. We do not help the non-believer if we teach or imply that Jesus can be folded into the fabric of our lives without … Continue reading

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the GOP will take control of Congress

If President Obama hangs onto his job in November, the thrill of his victory will be short-lived: Barron’s predicts that Republicans will wrest control of the Senate from the Democrats, who’ve led the chamber since 2006, and that the GOP … Continue reading

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The Flame of Liberty; Does It Still Flicker?

Four hundred years ago, a ship landed on the shores of New England bearing a fledgling band of people, committed to living life by the principles of God’s Word. This people eventually formed a nation conceived in liberty and blessed … Continue reading

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9 Things That Will Disappear In Our Lifetime.

Something to think about. Whether these changes are good or bad depends in part on how we adapt to them. But, ready or not, here they come. 1. The Post Office. Get ready to imagine a world without the post … Continue reading

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Divided America; Can We Ever Come Together?

According to Jonathan Haidt, a psychologist who studies morality and politics at the University of Virginia, our minds might not work that way. In his new book, “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion,” Haidt … Continue reading

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Why are Congress, the administration, unelected czars, and regulatory bureaucrats allowed to violate the Constitution with impunity?

One of the things that attracted me to Michele Bachmann prior to the 2010 midterm elections was that she said, “I think that all we should do is issue subpoenas and have one hearing after another, and expose all the … Continue reading

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An Example of Good Writing…by a blogger

“Because nobody’s ever been sucked into a black hole and come back to tell us about it, we have no idea what the experience would be like. The steep gravity gradient would probably stretch and pull you like silly putty … Continue reading

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