The implosion of America does not lie at the feet of the wicked, but at the heart of the Church. For decades we’ve ignored our Christian responsibility to “train up a child in the way he should go” (Proverbs 22:6) and have allowed the secularists to train them. The number of children who have never stepped foot in a church or even heard the name of Jesus, except in vain, is continuing to increase. Even those who’ve grown up in the church are leaving the faith at alarming rates. Why do you think this is happening?
Did you know there’s a Lion King inside God’s story of redemption in the Bible? Actually, the story involves two lions. These lions are at odds with one another. One is the essence of good and the other of evil.
Looking into the eyes of that precious little boy with the beautiful curls wrecked me. For the first time, I saw the actual horrors of the Holocaust not only as an historic travesty committed against the innocent by evil men, but as another grotesque attempt by the evil one to steal, kill, and destroy the redeeming work of Jesus.
On the morning of January 29, 2021, friends and family gathered on Zoom to watch and listen to the much-anticipated ruling of the court. I was humbled and privileged to be asked to witness her adoption hearing.
The Ultimate Battle of Good VS. Evil
In the summer of 2020, I started watching ABC’s Once Upon a Time on Netflix. Given that I’ve always loved fairy tales and the simple life lessons gleaned from them, a series based on familiar characters with happy endings seemed like a good way to escape for an hour or two.
However, between the pages of t...
Bless those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you.LUKE 6:28 ESV
FOR MANY PEOPLE, FORGIVENESS IS A PHENOMENON.
A real mystery. It boggles the human mind. Where does one find the strength to offer such a gift of grace to another human being?
The world watched in awe when forgiveness poured from the hearts of nine parishioners impacted by the...
On August 21, 2017, my hometown of Columbia, SC was abuzz with the Total Eclipse Event. The last one on record was 99 years ago, so this once-in-a-life-time event was a pretty big deal, not only in South Carolina, but also across the globe. Thousands of people poured into our city and around our state to see it firsthand. Around 8100 people filled the Riverbanks Zoo area alone, and thousands more were uptown, downtown and all around town.