Back in junior college I was a part of the BSU (Baptist Student Union) and each year during Spring Break we took a mission's trip to a particular city/area. My first trip was to the Rachel Sims Missions Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. We were told the mission was located in one of the worst … Continue reading Walk A Mile
I saw an article headline about a Charismatic "prophet" that said "chem trails" were satan's way of messing with "God's frequency". (https://reformationcharlotte.org/2019/05/06/charismatic-prophet-says-satan-uses-chemtrails-to-block-gods-frequency-and-worship/) WOW!!! He doesn't serve the God of the Bible then if he thinks God can be hindered by a few wispy chem trails. Too many people these days are giving the devil more … Continue reading Charismatic Weirdness
Probably the two most controversial conversions in the Bible are the thief on the cross and Saul (Paul) on the road to Damascus. The thief on the cross was one of two men sentenced to die along with Jesus. In the beginning, the two of them were mocking Jesus. As time wore on, one of … Continue reading Who Are We To Decide?
When someone joins any branch of the military, they have to follow a certain Code of Conduct. Most companies have a Code of Conduct their employees must abide by, also. The Code of Conduct lists the guidelines they are to follow as employees or members of the military. Employers want their employees to represent the … Continue reading Christian’s Code of Conduct
I wrote this 8 days after the 9/11/01 tragedies. A normal day just like any other The sky was clear and bright Work to be done, deadlines to meet No one aware of the impending fright. From janitors to Wall Street investors And waitresses to CEO's Each had their own job to do; Each had … Continue reading The Day The Towers Fell
In life, change is inevitable. Seasons change Emotions change Heck, even the weather can change from 1 hour to the next. With change comes fears of the unknown. That's probably why many people hate change. They get used to the familiar. They've become set in their ways. But, I guess I'm one of the few … Continue reading Change, Trust, and School House Rock
Sitting on my grandparent's front porch swing eating Neapolitan Ice Cream or Rainbow Sherbet. Riding in the backwards seat of my granddaddy's '72 Pontiac Catalina station wagon with my feet propped up on the tailgate, waving at the cars behind us, and picking out dogs and angels in the clouds. Playing in an old abandoned barn, … Continue reading Childhood and Teenage Memories