Warning: This post is controversial. I’ve been debating whether or not to post it for some time now, but I just have to take the stand. You will either love me or condemn me for it, and that’s ok. My God is the one I seek approval from. All I ask is that if you choose . . . → Read More: A Christian’s thoughts on the Battle of the Same Gender Marriage
Tomorrow, October 6, is the first annual Star Wars Reading Day where publishers, booksellers and libraries are coming together to promote literacy. To celebrate, our local public library has a few activities throughout the week scheduled for the kids. Check your local library to see what is going on in your area.
Today, Emily and I . . . → Read More: Star Wars Reads Day
We pause today to remember the tragedy of 9/11 and to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice of their life that day. I also think about those who have given their time, service, life or loved one in this war that we are still fighting. I pray for their families. That somehow they could find . . . → Read More: Where were you?
To be completely fair and honest, I had not even heard of this movie until today. But then, I tend to get behind on movies while I watch old classics on Netflix. However, I followed a link from someone else and came across this blog post. If you were even considering going to see the movie . . . → Read More: Why I won’t see the movie “Change Up”
This may not be a popular post, but I feel like writing it, so bear with me while I express my opinion.
A while back I saw a petition going around for people to sign trying to get free internet for deployed soldiers. As people sign, they can also leave a comment. I had trouble accepting . . . → Read More: The military does not cause poverty
This morning I was listening to a local Christian radio station when I heard something from one of the DJs that bothered me. He was discussing the Atlanta public school cheating scandal. If you are unfamiliar with it, here is a quote from the article I just linked to:
The product of a two-year investigation, the . . . → Read More: What happened to personal responsibility?
The plural version of tornado just looks funny to me with that “e” in there, but evidently it’s correct.
We’ve had a tornado scare before when we were living in Texas, but this time we had one much closer to home. As most of you know, the Fayetteville/Fort Bragg area was hit hard with tornadoes this . . . → Read More: Tornadoes in North Carolina
I read this story this morning about 97 military families losing their household goods due to a warehouse fire in Germany. I can’t stop thinking about them. These are families that are currently in transition from one home to the next. They are starting a new life in a new place, a new country. Now they . . . → Read More: What would you miss?
As written (and copied with permission) by Max Lucado:
We’re still hoping we’ll wake up. We’re still hoping we’ll open a sleepy eye and think, What a horrible dream.
But we won’t, will we, Father? What we saw was not a dream. Planes did gouge towers. Flames did consume our fortress. People did perish. It . . . → Read More: “Do it again, Lord” (Remembering 911)
I’m sure you’ve heard by now that many of the troops are being moved out of Iraq. Please, for the sake of all those that are left, don’t misinterpret this as the war being over. It’s not.
I couldn’t write this any better, so please take the time to read this post by an army wife. Then . . . → Read More: Don’t Forget! The war is not over!