• Happy Reformation Day

    By / October 31, 2017 / Christianity, History, Holidays

    Today millions of Americans will take their children trick or treating in an effort to get as much candy as possible and show off their cute costumes.  We call today Halloween in America. Its roots are in a pagan holiday that is somewhat confusing, but it is said to be a Druid’s creation.  However, it… [read more]

  • He is Risen!

    By / March 27, 2016 / Christianity

    Today we celebrate the holiest day of the year for Christians: Easter.  Without Easter our faith would be without power.  Jesus Christ came into the world to die, he was sent to be an atonement for our sins, to be our sacrifice, the sacrifice above all sacrifices.  The Christian faith has a leader who died… [read more]

  • Repost from Dr. James Dennison

    By / December 8, 2014 / Christianity, Culture

    Great Post from Dr. James Dennison – Click Here to View it in Your Browser Denison Forum on Truth and Culture Cultural Commentary: Todays News in Spiritual Perspective ABOUT US GLOBAL AMERICA MORALITY REVIEWS ARCHIVES DONATE FIRST 15 2014 Advent Devotional: Let Heaven and Nature Sing by Janet Denison Advent Day 9: O Come All… [read more]

  • Don’t Be Despicable – Newtown Doesn’t Need it!

    By / December 17, 2012 / Christianity, Culture

    I was deeply saddened by the shooting last Friday as were all Americans and many across the world.  How could something so horrific happen in our country, in that idyllic little community and why?  We can try to explain it, but our explanations would do nothing to help those who were profoundly and directly affected… [read more]

  • Stethoscope

    By / November 24, 2012 / Christianity, Church, Churches

    Perhaps you have seen this video, but if not here it is.  I love the message!  

  • Preaching From Afar

    By / October 2, 2012 / Christianity, Church

    I was scheduled to preach as part of the youth service this past Sunday.  But I found myself stuck in Houston as we were not able to get a flight home.  We fly standby because our son gets us flight benefits by way of his job at United.  The downside of flying standby is sometimes… [read more]

  • Is American Church Dying?

    By / September 28, 2012 / Christianity, Church, Churches, Culture

    Well we have the day off today because of heavy rain here in the Midland, Texas area. I know, I know, we are kind of wimpy here, if it rains or snows we don’t go out. But in our defense, we don’t get much of either. So  am trying to make the most of my… [read more]

  • Muslims More Religious than Christians?

    By / August 16, 2012 / Christianity, Church, Churches, Culture

    I just read blog post by Dr. Jim Dennison of, excellent by the way. He states that Muslims attend mosque at a rate four times greater than Christians attend church on Sunday. In other words, mosques have four times the number of attendees than churches have on Sunday. Do we wonder why Islam is… [read more]

  • Football and Theology

    Yesterday a local church brought Tim Tebow to our local town to sit and visit.  I am a huge Denver Bronco fan and of course was rooting for Tim Tebow.  I love his Christian witness and how he is so vocal about his faith.  So I was so looking forward to his visit.  The venue… [read more]

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