Act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God (Mic. 6:8).
God has two dwellings; one in heaven, the other in a meek and thankful heart.




What Exactly Is Conservatism?

By Bradley J. Birzer | January 1st, 2023 Read more

Why I Am Deleting All Content After 48 Hours


Dr. Mercola: We are at the crossroad where change is unavoidable. We all must make choices that determine our future. To many, this looks like a war… but what we need to find is peace. I am going to find peace through this sacrifice. Read more

Social Media and Identity


An artilce by Tim Keller followed by an interesting interview with Jordan Peterson and Heather Heyling that at one point touches on the same issue of socal media and not knowing where the phenomenon of trying to condense thoughts (without the fuller explanation and dialogue) will ultimately end up, what forms of extremism will it generate? Read more

The Stranger


A great video presentation based of the story of "The Stranger" by Keith Currie and adapted by Jerry Paladino. It is skillfully done with great photos to go along with the lyrics Read more

Christmas in Iraq

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Stepping out into the unknown and taking steps for Jesus! Testimony from Sean Feucht, American politician, activist, Christian singer, songwriter and worship pastor. Read more

Jordan Peterson Dreams about Jesus Christ

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Fascinating short video with Jordan Peterson that touches on "the transcendant image of good" that is symbolized by the image of Christ. "That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;" Philippians 2:10 Read more

The Story behind the song "Peace in the Midst of the Storm"

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This song is a real "blast from the past," and has travelled the globe. “Peace in the Midst of the Storm,” is considered to be an evangelical theme song in parts of Chile, it was one of the songs played on Jordanian TV back in 1993-94 when Clinton, King Hussein and Rabin were signing the Jordan - Israel peace treaty. Read more

The Question about COVID Vaccinations

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An interview with Francis Collins concerning the soon coming COVID vaccinations; insight from a fellow who's respected by many as a Christian believer and someone who's been deeply invested and involved in the science of COVID research and development. Read more

Antes de Nacer


Beautiful Reading in Spanish of Psalm 139 by Guston Pauls followed by Germán Barcelo's song "Antes de Nacer" (Before Birth) which captures God's great love for the unborn child and all humanity. Beautiful video clips of the unborn child in the womb. Read more

The Blessing

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Sung by virtual choirs everywhere. Here are "a few"--many from amazing places and countries; most sung in their own language(s) ... like India (31 languages!). Check out the list of countries. I'll add more as I come across them. Read more

TikTok Evangelists


An interesting look into witnessing via TikTok, and modern social media witnessing in general, from a (somewhat lengthy) article in Christianity Today Read more

God and the Pandemic


I think this video, sent in by Dina, is pretty good about where's God in all of this COVID stuff; clearly stated by two people with integrity. Read more

Interview with Jimmy Carter

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Stephen Colbert is not most folks' favorite, but this is a pretty good 9 minute interview of Jimmy Carter (now 93 years old). Read more

Post-Trib Preacher

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R. Loren Sanford, a pastor of a church in Denver, who is post-trib, as you will hear, and also was saved during the Jesus Revolution. He posts a 10-minute messages every day. Read more

Economics for Everybody


I'll add the different Parts of the Series as I get them, so if you like this you'll need to check back here to this post to find the next Parts. Each Part builds on the previous toward the conclusion: Kingdom Economics. (Sorry for the audio sync decay in places--couldn't figure out how to correct that.) Read more

The Great Quarantine Revival


Thursday, May 7th is the National Day of Prayer and it presents a unique opportunity to reflect on how God has moved upon our nation during this time of national and global crisis. Read more

The Crisis of American Christianity


Theologian N. T. Wright unfazed by the faith’s politicization in the U.S.

Emma Green, 12/01/2019

N. T. Wright is one of those thinkers who fall into a binary: Either people have never heard of him, or they believe him to be one of the most influential figures of our time. The magazine Christianity Today has called him “the most prolific biblical scholar in a generation” and “the most important apologist for the Christian faith since C. S. Lewis.” The British theologian is credited with writing more than six dozen books, many about the apostle Paul, and has reached the stage of fame where publishers are repackaging his work into new volumes, akin to a pop star’s greatest-hits album. He’s spent a large portion of his career in academia, but his work has also reached far beyond the Ivy Tower: He served as the Anglican bishop in Durham, England, in the early 2000s, and on the 2004 Lambeth Commission, a body set up to provide guidance on contentious divisions within the Anglican Communion over same-sex marriage and homosexuality. Read more