Ananias and Saphirra were “posers”.The urban dictionary defines a poser as someone who pretends to be someone that they are not. When we come to the opening verses of Acts 5 we are introduced to two early church posers, a husband and wife team. Chapter 4 had ended with the incredible generosity of a man […]Read more
Forgiveness! No political roots.
An interesting conversation, actually an emotional conversation with someone that I had just met produced an interesting take on forgiveness. “I guess I am just forgiving because I am a democrat.” Seriously, that is an exact quote from a conversation I had with someone yesterday. Now I am not suggesting that a democrat cannot forgive, […]Read more
POLITICS IS . . .well, it is politics!
Growing up it was not unusual to hear, “You don’t talk politics and religion.” The point seemed to be that those two subjects can be very inflammatory, and after all everyone has their own point of view. It is interesting to watch. I studied history in college, and I remember that it was a Republican […]Read more
I have prayerfully thought, what do I write about today, and honestly, “I got nothing.” Guess you could say I am in a Snow Daze. So, please watch this video, and/or check out some of our other blog posts. Language in ContextRead more
Is there a Box, or Not?
“There is no box,” was the premise of a blog post I saw this morning. The author suggested that for all the talk about “thinking outside the box”, there is no box. But I disagree. There are all kinds of boxes, and as the picture I found on the internet suggests, even a box of […]Read more
Wintery Mess Paralyzes the Nation
Atlanta was completely paralyzed a few weeks ago because they waiting too long for closing businesses and schools. Children were stuck spending the nights in their schools. People were caught on interstates in gridlocks, often for 24 hours or more. And now a new wintery mess is passing through. OK, so I am taking advantage […]Read more