Quote of the Day #11

Let me know what you think of the quote in the comments section below! You can check out my previous article on abortion or the "right to murder" here.

Love Yourself

I saw this bill board and just didn't know what to say. I've seen many more along the interstate and in other towns. But this one's right by the place I work. So I see it every day and still don't understand. Love yourself first? What kind of advice is that? First of all, it's... Continue Reading →

Is Abortion a Theological Issue?

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com A while back, I posted the conversation that I had with Dr. Larry Dixon concerning partnering with Catholics in the fight to end abortion. After that post, I went back to Dr. Dixon’s blog, where the conversation took place, and found that someone else had posted a comment in response.... Continue Reading →


In a previous post, I wrote that there are some things that are so good, they just don't need to be echoed. This story is one of those things. It's from Living Waters's website, written by Emeal Zwayne (E.Z.). She was young, tired, and pregnant—again. Having married when she was only 16, she had to... Continue Reading →

Society’s Dilemma Defined (and the Only Solution to the Problem)

Photo © by Annsley Smoak Alas, sinful nation,            People weighed down with iniquity,            Offspring of evildoers,            Sons who act corruptly!            They have abandoned the LORD,            They have despised the Holy One of Israel,            They have turned away from Him.       Where will you be stricken again,            As you continue in your rebellion?      ...Your land is desolate,            Your cities are burned with fire...for all have sinned and... Continue Reading →

Mama, I Can’t Breathe!

"Mama, I can't breathe!" This cry was raised in Minnesota as an innocent life pleaded for mercy -- but it went unheard. Unanswered. No one paid attention, and no one cared. That cry was raised -- then the crier was murdered. No. This cry was not raised by George Floyd as he died in Minneapolis... Continue Reading →

The Right to Murder

Photo by Daria Shevtsova on Pexels.com Over the past few years, there have been several horrific mass murders in America, school shootings being among the most common. When people hear of these atrocities, they are outraged. And that's good. I hope you're angry about these killings. (If you aren't, that says something about you, doesn't... Continue Reading →

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