Category faith

Courageous Fathers

There’s a buzz about the movie Courageous and it’s well deserved. As men and as fathers we need to step up and lead in so many areas….but take heart because none of us are alone in our battles. This film will encourage men to band together in community for encouragement and accountability.  This movie will […]

Be the People, by Carol M. Swain – book review

  At the outset of the book Ms. Swain writes, “I wrote this book for the millions of hard working, honest Americans who, like me, have deep concerns about the direction of our nation. Our country is allowing cultural elites to manipulate the public in harmful ways. With our tax dollars “We The People” support […]

Book Review: The Principle of the Path by Andy Stanley

The Principle of the Path takes the reader through a variety of Andy Stanley’s life stories and biblical stories to illustrate a scarce few points of the book. Don’t take the word scarce as criticism; I think the author’s point was to be very focused on a few things. To hammer truth into the audience. […]

Book Review: This is Your Brain on Joy by Dr. Earl Henslin

Using language for the average person, Dr. Henslin introduces the reader to the geography of the human brain, five different area’s relationships to moods and behaviors, and how to “fix” problems one might be experiencing. The book is an abundant resource of knowledge. It would be of value to anyone, Christian or otherwise, in understanding […]

In God We Trust

There’s no doubt that the economy is getting tight, and there’s no doubt that some of the downward spiral will continue to be caused by low confidence in the economy. We can see faith at work in our economy. There was faith (or hope?) when Americans went on a stock buying feeding frenzy that drove […]