Why Pastors Don’t Preach on Work

I’ve always been amazed at how rarely pastors preach on the subject of work. My church is unusual. My pastor makes it point to do so. But I know my church is the exception not the rule. Why do pastors preach so rarely, if at all, on the subject of work? After all, their church […]

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Is Retirement The Reward?

I sometimes read Le Monde, the French equivalent of The New York Times. A couple years ago I read an article in Le Monde, which discussed the defiance of the French in the face of coming austerity measures of then French president Nicholas Sarkozy. I watched France with some interest during Sarkozy’s presidency because I happened to […]

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A Thought On Trendy Morality

A week ago Friday, I wrenched my neck rolling over in bed. I know, its pathetic, but I’m told these things happen as one gets older. So, Saturday morning I wake up at 4:00 a.m. with the worst pain I’ve ever felt in my life. My shoulder and neck are going into spasm one after […]

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Something to Remember on Memorial Day

It’s Memorial Day in the United States of America. Memorial Day was originally instituted to commemorate the sacrifices of those who lost their lives in the American Civil War. Since then it has become a day to remember and celebrate the sacrifices of American military service members in all military conflicts. At its best, Memorial […]

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Why The Media Didn’t Report On Abortionist Trial

If you haven’t heard, earlier this week a jury convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell for murdering babies born alive after he failed to kill them in the womb. I will spare you the horrifying details, but you can read them here if you are curious. What was almost as shocking as Gosnell murdering babies born alive […]

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