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Social media and single Christians

Social media, for its various ills, does have its shining examples worthy of notice, particularly by the Christian community. No longer are the large Christian media and outreach organizations the sole purveyors of issues that the church ought to, but still sadly, isn’t talking about. My purpose here isn’t necessarily to criticize the larger Christian organizations,…

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Learn to kill your own spiders!

Wow! Where do I begin? That I was intrigued enough to click on a link recently for an article under the following headline: Men — Who Needs Them? doesn’t paint a complete picture as to why I was interested in such an article until you learn that it was published on a website of Focus…

Ambivalent bad boy vs. nice guy

Sometimes it’s strange how thoughts occur to me, then again, if you knew how my A.D.D. brain works you’d more fully know what I mean! Listening to a radio program the other day — I get to do that a lot as a truck driver (see what I mean!) — that almost discussed dating, marriage…

America: One Nation Under God’s Wrath

Every once in a while I come across one of those podcasts that wakes me up, and not in a good way. I think what rattled me most about this particular program — here’s the link to part II — was that the speaker said some things that I believe God has also put in my…