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 →
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.
Le péché n’a pas d’amis, il ne donne pas des faveurs, et il ne saute pas sur personne (riche, pauvre, éduqué, non-éduqué, gentil, méchant, religieux, ou athée). Nous sommes tous affectés par le péché et pars plusieurs façons. Malgré tous nos efforts pour l'éviter, nous sommes tous personnellement touchés par le péché et ses conséquences.... Continue Reading →
We like to stay in our comfort zone. We like familiar things where we feel in control, where things we do not like are not welcome and are eliminated as soon as possible. In a way, we live in boxes that we create ourselves in order to preserve and protect our way of thinking and... Continue Reading →
What are we to think of President Trumph’s statements on NFL players protesting during the national anthem? Laying aside Trump’s using of fowl language to prove his point (this is normal for Trumph), how are we to tread through all the emotions of the issue in order not to react, but respond in a clear... Continue Reading →