Sun, May 1 2011 - 12:16 PM
Went to a concert recently with my friend Tony and heard some great bluegrass pickers. There was also a great set by legendary Christian singer/musician Don Francisco. Don's wife Wendy performed alongside her husband that night and, at one point in the evening, sang a song that produced numerous sniffles in the people sitting around me. I think I was one of them.
It was a song about God, and about her dog. Take 2 minutes and give a listen.
Profoundly simple. Simpl...
Thu, Dec 24 2009 - 16:13 PM
Someone forwarded the following letter to me. You may have read it before, but it was new to my eyes. I was surprised at just how clearly this spoke regarding things about which I already feel passionate . It is also probably more accurate than many hardcore fundies would care to admit. Check it out ... oh and Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa Cheers, Yuletide Greetings, and a Happy New Year to all!Letter from Jesus about Christmas --It has come to my attention that many of you are u...
Sat, Feb 14 2009 - 13:53 PM
A year ago, I wrote a post called Modern Day Magdalene, about Crissy Moran, a former porn star who had left the business, gave her life back to God, and was helping other girls escape that sordid lifestyle. If you haven't already, please read that article before reading this one.Recently, in association with Elevation, a Southern Baptist Church in Phoenix, Crissy shot a short film entitled Oversold, which updates the biblical story of Hosea and Gomer as a love story between a pastor and a stri...
Wed, Oct 15 2008 - 12:01 PM
I have made my point clear on this site that, despite the fact I am a Christian, I do not have typical likes, views, or opinions. I'm not even a big fan of most Christian music. However, there is one musical artist of faith for whom I hold the highest esteem: KEITH GREENNever heard of him? That's not too surprising – the controversial hippie Christian died in a plane crash in 1982 at the age of 28. Prior to that, the amazingly gifted musician was one of the first to bring Christian musi...
Sun, Feb 24 2008 - 14:59 PM
Men are hard-wired for visual stimuli. In this Internet age, we are literally a click away from seeing pretty much anything our hearts desire (and there are some sick hearts out there). It has also been noted that when men gaze on pornographic images, the chemical released in our brains is like heroin -- no wonder this problem has reached epidemic proportions.I hate to admit it, but I have struggled with this too. Given my childhood of (witnessed) sexual abuse, I should know better. I am wel...