Release Not The Kraken! Release Forgiveness, INSTEAD!

Sharing my thoughts on the protests related to the murder of George Floyd.  What does the ancient Greek mythological monster has to do with this?

I encourage you to take the time and listen to today’s podcast. I feel that we need to release #Forgiveness; not the Kraken.

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Who should pay for the fact that I am born with serious disabilities? (John 9:1-5)

Who should pay for the fact that I am born with serious disabilities? It’s a fair question; especially with today’s climate.

I am not unsympathetic to the cry for justice and my Father does care about what is happening in this country. When do I get my pound of flesh, though? What does this have to do with the sin of being born “White” or “Black”?

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Slow Down! Let’s Not Be Quick To Anger (James 1:19-21)

In today’s climate, it is very easy to become angry; especially on social media. I would love to invite you to listen to today’s podcast.

In the course of talking about James 1:19-21, I do offer some idea for dealing with anger.

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The Faith Hall of Fame: Can You Be Imperfect and Join?

What does it mean to walk in faith? Does it really mean you have to never blow it? Oh, I’m nowhere like those people in the Bible Really?

I would like to encourage you to listen to the podcast or read the article, below. I think you’ll be surprised by what I’m planning to share.

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Let’s Talk About Social Justice. What Does It Mean?

If possible, I would like to share some insights into this “hot” topic.  If you ever read Proverbs 21:3, Micah Isaiah 10:2, Isaiah 61:8, Ezekiel 18:27 and Micah 6:8; Scriptures make clear that God cares about justice and definitely cares about the poor. Why the poor? They’re often the ones vulnerable to those who would exploit them.

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