Expect another post about the flooding in Watseka and the efforts to help the displaced and hurting sometime today. For now, Psalm 10 might be a good place to start your devotions if you are feeling overwhelmed with the needs of those around you. For more see this revised post from September of last year: … More A Cry for Syria and Iraq’s Children from Psalm 10
Today is for Prayer Update : Unfortunately this post could be updated and reposted every day with the events going on around the world. Aggression in the Ukraine, in the Nuba Mountains by the Sudanese, in Nigeria, continuing in Afghanistan, growing unrest building in Pakistan, the recent gas attacks by Assad on his own people, … More A Cry for Syria and Iraq’s Children from Psalm 10
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 There are so many things that get repeated so often that that they take on a life of their own and no one stops to examine them closely. Here’s a couple that don’t stand up to the smell test or the research into the facts test that I have found over … More Now that is Myth-Busting! Wow!
Sunday Musings A mother, perhaps more than anyone else in the culture is a sower of futures. And Christian mothers are always seeding the future with Gospel values, the Gospel message and Gospel hope. She sows her seed in the rush and bustle of daily life and responsibilities that are often overwhelming and frequently (too … More Why Prayer is Mightier than the Sword: A Mother’s Day Ray of Hope