Sunday Afternoon Musings “Suicide kills more people than cancer and HIV/AIDS, and more people ages 15-44 than war.” —Christianity Today, July/August 2014, “Staying Alive in a Suicidal World”, p. 28. Think about that statistic for a moment. Add up all the people who die of AIDS and all the people of all ages that die … More Who Will Give the World Sustaining Hope?
Monday is for Discussion Be careful people, of your heroes. For only One is perfect. Role models and teachers, We may elect Those who inspire and those we admire. But there is One, only One Who will never leave Never reveal a single defect Be careful people, for all your heroes. On the occasion of Robin … More Be Careful People, of Your Heroes
Some years ago, in a community I was serving there was a rash of suicides. Situations like that always send pastors to the word of God for appropriate words to deal with the aftermath left behind for the families of those who have lost or nearly lost, a loved one. It was during that season … More Suicide and the Bible
Weekend Musings The following is from Kairos Journal . I envy those of you who will read Bunyan’s Pilgrims Progress for the first time. His allegory is not subtle, but it is powerful. And his book, written out of the timeless contemplation of the gospel he did while imprisoned for his faith, is the second most translated … More Suicide and the Christian