Jan 30

Struggling With The Truth

It seems “religion” is becoming an ever more popular topic of discussion among politicians and the stars of movies and television these days. But, invariably, when their conversations turn to matters of faith, there’s a glaring omission in their professions. … Continue reading

Jan 30

Freedom of Choice

Here are a few quotes that may help one to understand the (sometimes confusing) concepts of God’s sovereignty and man’s free will: “Our destiny is not determined for us, but it is determined by us. Man’s free will is part … Continue reading

Oct 20

Christians in Politics

It is a wonderful thing when our public officials are not ashamed to give their Christian Testimony! Bobby Jindal was elected Governor of the State of Louisiana a few months ago and has been such a success that he has … Continue reading

Sep 05

Sarah Palin as a leadership phenomena

The world has been abuzz for the past week about the governor of Alaska, Mrs. Sarah Palin, who is the Republican VP candidate with Senator John McCain.  There has been a lot of stuff flying around as people attempt to … Continue reading

Jun 19

The color of racism

The American Heritage Dictionary defines racism, 1. The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others. 2. Discrimination or prejudice based on race. Racism is often associated with … Continue reading

Jun 09

Ministerally Speaking; and the Southern Baptist

The following article was posted on HB London’s blog “The Heart of a Pastor“. —————————————————————————— I read a small article a few days ago suggesting that the Southern Baptist Church is not as large as it claims to be. Have … Continue reading

Jan 16

Our friends in Kenya

Missionary Gordon Bloodworth (who spent a week in my home here in Loranger, LA) has reported that they are assisting around 80 refugees in the Discipleship University in Eldoret, Kenya (which our local congregation helps support). Also, in the city … Continue reading