eHarmony's experience is just one more example of same-sex couples demanding services that conflict with religious beliefs of those they confront - and the lawsuits that then ensue.
If scientists have it their way, a skeleton reportedly 47 million years old will be your next of kin. The fossil nicknamed "Ida" was made public Tuesday.
Life abundant is not perfect. It's not free from danger or from those who would steal it from us. But it is a good life when we fully trust the Good Shepherd.
We call determination by all kinds of names: guts, commitment, steadfastness, stick-to-it-ness. Regardless of what we call it, determination means an act of the will.
We don’t always get to choose whom we work with or for. But we do control how we interact...
This holiday weekend we celebrate something that I think is sometimes hard for many of us to comprehend...
- May 26, 2008 |
Memorial Day is a good time to take stock of the threats to our nation. I believe that the greatest threat is internal decay that results from a lack of knowledge of those things that make America great.
When I was a child the Memorial Day holiday had an alternate name. Many of my relatives still called it "Decoration Day" because part of the day was devoted to putting flowers on graves...
Persecution of those who oppose same-sex marriage usually flies under the radar. Carrie Prejean changed that when she was attacked by bloggers, media and her past. A few days ago, she finally responded.
"Generation Divas" are tween girls who are becoming obsessed with hair, make-up, clothing, and body image at earlier and earlier ages. Why?
- May 15, 2009 |
If you stop the futile effort of trying to live in balance and instead live in harmony with life's natural rhythms, you'll accomplish what matters most with less stress and guilt.
Are we courageous enough to articulate the quiet cynicism or spiritual weariness that develops when heartfelt prayer goes unanswered? Or the glib way people talk about prayer that reinforces our cynicism? Do we honestly know if prayer makes much difference?
While it’s exciting to think about "big" miracles, I think it is just as important to think about the miracle of the God of the universe walking with us through our daily joys and trials...
Sooner or later, a pastor ought to be able to narrow down his major theological beliefs to just a few...
From the depths of my soul, I believe now is the perfect -- and critical -- time for Christians to band together to engage the culture.
- May 11, 2009 |