Ann’s Words

Filled with a knowledge of Scripture, this one sentence from Ann Voskamp’s blog post today (“What to hold on to when it feels like the world is hurting”) is worth contemplating, as is the whole post she offers the world today. There is faith that stands or falls on the truth that the future with … More Ann’s Words

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Bigot in Chief!

I actually posted a shorter version of this post on a Facebook discussion on my daughter’s page. She had quoted one of the Schonleber Family Slogans, namely, “It is always right to do the right thing.” It was great to see that one of the slogans she learned in childhood still guides her thoughts today. … More Bigot in Chief!

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Controversy Coming

I’m working on a post that I don’t want to write but feel compelled to because of the political chaos in the current Presidential election campaign.  The tentative title is Ten Biblical Reasons Not to Support Donald Trump for President. Here’s the first point: Donald Trump Feeds Anger to Angry People. “The anger of men does … More Controversy Coming

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How Many Political Candidates Would Pass these Standards?

Tuesday is for Thinking I’m generally a positive and hopeful person, except when it comes to politics. Then I become a cynic. The political season is tuning up its machinery to once again pull the wool over the eyes of America. Both the major political parties are well oiled machines at saying one thing and … More How Many Political Candidates Would Pass these Standards?

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No “Wonderful Life” without Christianity

Wednesday is for Prayer Christianity, the expression of faith by those who call themselves followers of Christ, whether they be Catholic, Protestant, Independent, Orthodox, Coptic, has made more change for good in the world than any other religious group in the world. This is not to say other groups with religious or no religious affiliation, have … More No “Wonderful Life” without Christianity

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He’s Not a Black Hero: He’s a Hero and He’s Black

Wednesday is for Prayer The election is over. Now we find out what the men and women elected will actually do. Will they keep their promises, follow through on their objectives or was it all just rhetoric? We will find out. The following is from Kairos Journal and reflects the kind of character and conviction … More He’s Not a Black Hero: He’s a Hero and He’s Black

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