I long for the day when I can say, “The only one more pro-life than me is the POPE.”Read More The anniversary of Roe v. Wade
It’s our reactions that are too often shameful or puzzling or based on fear that should give us pause. We don’t pause. We just react.Read More Advent: The reminder to quit being such suckers!
Now we have the two hottest hot button issues screaming at each other. And the hypocrisy is not evident at all. The same ones screaming for more gun control right now are the sames ones that have no problem talking about Planned Parenthood “legally” selling human parts. And, vice versa. Both sides value human life […]Read More Gun violence and abortion
I have walked slowly through Mark 1-4 the past few days… over and over. There is a story of a man with a withered hand (Mark 3:1-6). The religious leaders are all standing around seeing if Jesus would dare to heal a man on … horrors! … the Sabbath. 5 And he looked around at them with anger, grieved […]Read More The anger of Jesus
On a hike through a state park on Madeline Island (part of the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior) I took a couple of pictures where the Lord spoke specifically to me about the American Church and our spiritual condition. This blown down tree came from a huge wind storm in 1991. Winds reached 100 mph […]Read More The church that is… and is to come
It’s is incredibly unfortunate that “pro-choice” people are now recycling a quote from Catholic nun Joan Chittister from back in 2004: “I do not believe that just because you’re opposed to abortion, that that makes you pro-life. In fact, I think in many cases, your morality is deeply lacking if all you want is a […]Read More The culture of LIFE
When I watch people say incredibly threatening things to a dentist who hunts a lion… (which, by the way, would be terroristic threats in some other situations)… and then say NOTHING when videos are shown of Planned Parenthood doctors talking of selling off body parts (or worse, defending the actions as “legal”)… and when I […]Read More Culture of death