Monthly Archives: June 2010
For those following the Kagan interviews for Supreme Court. Here is an interesting piece on her role in crafting language for Partial birth abortion that went against the American College Obstetrics and Gynecologies original recommendations. Read about it here.
Murder is bad, and fratricide is a horrific form of murder for it reveals so many ugly things about a family – disfunction, hatred, poor parenting, bad relationships, jealousy, etc. All these are part of what leads a person to … Continue reading
Here is a great 3 page article on why we should read the Bible with an eye to see Jesus in all the stories of the Old Testament.
It’s Tuesday and here is a replay of the service on Sunday. We had an hour dedicated to praying 6 locations around the world. Here is an overview of the 6: Tunisia (Africa) – a former Christian stronghold in the … Continue reading
Yesterday an interesting Supreme court ruling occurred. You can read about it here. In the ruling, the court determined that public schools can deny funding to groups who aren’t open to anyone with any ideology or persuasion as members or … Continue reading
Mark Ruiter sent me these websites he found. It is great. There is one site related to Memorizing sections of Galatians and Ephesians. At another, there are 4 free songs to download but they give you a feel for the … Continue reading
Q. But Why are you called a Christian? A. Because by faith I am a member of Christ and so I share in his anointing. I am anointed to confess his name, to present myself to him as a living … Continue reading
A friend of mine at the church sent this article over on the economy and particularly how we got to where we are. It traces the roots of the generations through the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and into the present to … Continue reading
A fruit tree, bad choices, and talking serpents are what most of us remember from Genesis 3, but there is so much more to this passage than just the surface details. These 24 verses contain wonderful references to Christ which … Continue reading