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Category: Religion

Review: ‘Share the Light: 40 World Changing Devotions’ by Sam Sorbo

There have been stories of teachers who have become successful performers, however my favorite story is about a performer who not only remains very successful as an actress, but who has become a...

Book Review: “Mrs. Hudson’s Cat” by Dr. Fred Eichelman

It’s the turn of the 20th century in England and evil lurks over the country. Europe is a decade away from The Great War. Plots and intrigues are already in motion. There are drugs being...

Sacrificial Lambs: New York has Blood on its Hands

They stood and applauded. They yelled in glee. They celebrated by lighting the World Trade Center pink. And… Satan threw a party as he danced in victory. The #ReproductiveHealthAct is now law in...

Dr. Carolyn A. Roth: The Earth Groans

Stewardship of creation is good; however, stewardship doesn’t change how 21st century mankind got to the point where environmental stewarded is vital. When the earth was created, it was “Good.”...

Dr. Carolyn A. Roth: Mary and Migrants

“Mom, I’m pregnant.” Mary said to her mother. Astonished, Mary’s mother responded, “Mary, you know that you and Joseph shouldn’t have had sex until the betrothal period was over and you were...

Ann-Marie Murrell: “The Future Is A Phantom”

My (biological) father was a very ambitious man. He was a teacher, a talented singer, a choir director, and later preached in a Methodist church. In his spare time he was also an award-winning...

Book Review: Giving Hope An Address by Julie Wilkerson Klose

Giving Hope An Address is a wonderfully inspirational book for those who want to deepen their belief in the power of prayer or for those who merely want to read a true account of what commitment...

Dr. Fred Eichelman: Book Review ‘Sermons in Song’ and a Call to Support Churches That Are On Task

Life is about choices and today we are led to think that is largely about whether to accept socialism or capitalism as a lifestyle when we see so much on TV about the growing divisions in our...

After-Christmas Scrooge: “God Bless Us, Everyone”

You know, just recently, I saw a man driving a white pick-up truck in my neighborhood and on top of the car was a gigantic unexpected pink pig, all dressed up in a Santa suit with sparkling...

The Christmas Story: A Time of No Fear

Why can't we let go of our fears? If this time of year is a celebration of the birth of peace and freedom for mankind, what limits our ability to walk away from our fears and move forward?

A Modern “Takeaway” from the Christmas Storm of 1776

There’s so much hope and inspiration our Modern-day Patriot can take from the Christmas Storm of 1776.

Secret Christian Code: The Twelve Days of Christmas & the Meaning Behind Politically Correct code of Catholic Faith

Back in 16th century, Catholics were persecuted to the point of death just for practicing their religion.  (Sound familiar?) The traditional carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas”...

The Christmas of 1969: A Story of Fear, Santa, and Dolls With Sunglasses

It was Christmas Eve, 1969. Ann-Marie and her sister, Lisa, were still awake and filled with terror. Would Santa pass them by?

The Gospel According to Star Trek

From the first letter of Paul to the Corinthians, written from Ephesus, c57 A.D. “For though I am free from all men, I have made myself a slave to all, that I might win the more. To the Jews I...

Violinist Lindsey Stirling Offers Beautiful Christmas Gift In Train Station

Violinist Lindsey Sterling played 'Hallelujah' in a train station to very little notice, but the gift she was giving was priceless.

Can There Be “Peace on Earth”?

One of my favorite Christmas carols—and possibly one of the most patriotic Christmas songs of all time–is “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”.  Originally written as the poem...

“Into the Light”: Fanny Crosby, The Hymn Queen

The title “Hymn Queen” was given the writer of over 8,000 famous hymns in the 1800s. Francis Jane Crosby, soon to be known as Fanny Crosby, is a name that may not be familiar to most Christians...

Daniel Greenfield: The Light of Chanukah

A candle is a brief flare of light. A wick dipped in oil burns and then goes out again. The light of Chanukah appears to follow the same narrative. Briefly there is light and warmth and then...