OPINION – As the media continues to ramp up the volume and tempo of its Coronavirus fear-mongering, governors and mayors have stepped up restrictions and lockdowns. The latest talking point narrative centers on the perceived spike of new COVID cases. Ironically, on Independence Day—a national holiday meant to celebrate our nation’s freedom and liberties—much of […]
We must stand guard against misinformation and false narratives, particularly considering that it has become increasingly apparent that the pandemic is being leveraged to advance a broader agenda.
Like a “shot heard around the world,” what begins as a protest of unrest and injustice leads to the greatest outpouring.
It’s easier not to worry about the worst-case scenario when the child belongs to someone else, but when they’re your child, it changes everything.
Honestly, the best way to carry the Good News is with empty hands. Our job is simply to drop the baggage and come empty-handed before the Lord.
We must take the role of servant and see to the hurting people around us, forgetting our own pain, and only seeing that of others.
He desperately tried to save as many of his shipmates as possible but over 1,100 of them are still entombed in Arizona.
We, however, can live joyful lives even in the midst of not-so-perfect situations. We can reject the whispers and times we are tempted to dwell on those things that bring us down.
We need to get over ourselves and learn to love others despite the differences. We need to learn to love even when it costs us something.
In depression, it’s hard to know whether the depression causes the cognitive paralysis or whether the depression is the effect, and it’s probably both.
I learned to overcome so that I could experience deep intimacy rather than merely survive and experience only the shallow places.
Growing up, my siblings and I were taught, like most kids, to obey without question, but for the most part, that is not how I’m wired.