The moral decisions we make every day are related directly to the issue of authority. Whether we are conscious of it or not, we all base the moral and ethical choices we make on who we believe is in charge, or whether we believe the consequences are worth risking. Observing the speed limit, taking an... Continue Reading →
In December, our family had the privilege of travelling south to North Carolina in order to participate in the celebration our oldest daughter’s wedding. She was married just a few days before Christmas. It was a beautiful wedding. And, she has married a great young man. We are so happy for her, and him. After... Continue Reading →
God sent Jesus, His one and only Son, not so that we should perish in our sin for eternity in hell, but to call on us to believe in Him so that we could have eternal life.
I am currently re-reading a good book that I read over 16 years ago by J.C. Ryle. The title of the book is called «Holiness». It is a book that should be read in small portions, for it provokes the reader to ponder and mediate on what they have read. In the chapter entitled, «The... Continue Reading →
In generations to come, historians will write about how the COVID-19 virus affected our world. They will write about what countries were most affected, what precautions and restrictions were imposed by the quarantine, how many deaths occurred, and how it effected the economy, mental health, sports, etc. Historians will write about all this and more,... Continue Reading →