Thoughts on Randy Hill’s Encounters: Stories of Healing [Book Review]

Where have I been? If you don't know, I have a YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/@ChristianityExplained. On this channel, I've been posting videos of book reviews. For whatever reason, book readers like seeing reaction to books that I've read. This is in sharp contrast to what's happening here on the blog. Fear not! I did not … Continue reading Thoughts on Randy Hill’s Encounters: Stories of Healing [Book Review]

Chapter 1: A Lesser Human

Original book cover You may be asking, “Where did I get the idea for such a strange title for my book and the opening chapter?” The idea originally came from a pair of likeable comedians whose job is to create entertaining YouTube videos for young and old. Their style of comedy is a mixture of … Continue reading Chapter 1: A Lesser Human

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

Can Someone Guide Me, To A Seat?

When I wrote "Can We Talk About Disabilities?", I did not imagine the response that I'd get, in terms of site traffic. My friends certainly picked a good topic. If you read the article, you'll notice that I covered a broad range of issues relating to disability. How shall I take on, such a large … Continue reading Can Someone Guide Me, To A Seat?

Overcoming My Father Wounds

Did you ever listen to something that stirs a strong emotional chord? On Monday, I was listening to Pastor Paul Booko of Riverside Church. The church is located in Three Rivers, Michigan. It's Father's Day and Paul is giving an encouraging message about being a father. I would have politely listened and I wouldn't have … Continue reading Overcoming My Father Wounds