There is a buzz on the internet and in the media about May 21st. It’s supposed to be the end of the world, or so a few people claim. Never mind that the Bible says that not even the angels in heaven know when Christ will return, these “prophets” claim to know the date . . . → Read More: The Day After May 21, 2011
In the course of a single day, every one of us has a myriad of ideas going through our heads that are untrue. Even so, we’ll waste a lot of time and energy contemplating them while at the same time being unaware just where each idea stands on the truth-scale. Take for example, the innocent . . . → Read More: Several Lies Worth Believing
Franklin Roosevelt is most often credited with the quote, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself,” from his first inaugural address. As young parents just starting out though, I remember being fearful of much more:
Where is the money going to come from to live like a real family?
. . . → Read More: Nothing To Fear But …
One of the best lines ever from John Eldredge’s book Wild at Heart pertains to raising boys and I quote:
“The recipe for fun is pretty simple raising boys: Add to any activity an element of danger, stir in a little exploration, add a dash of destruction, and you’ve got yourself a winner.” . . . → Read More: Boys and Gunpowder: What’s the Problem?