We, as humans, pride ourselves on our superior communications skills. Next to walking upright and operating can openers, it’s the single most important attribute separating us from our pets and our food. Over the last 50,000 years (give or take a few) we have refined linguistics to the point of having only 7,000 recognized languages … Continue reading Use your words … and listen!
I am, by almost any measure, passionate in my beliefs. Many of you, including some who have written me recently, also are passionate in your beliefs. This passion is a good thing. A republic of free citizens demands for its survival that we form and propound opinions about how our nation should be guided, and … Continue reading Keep up the passion, strive for grace
On Monday I had the honor and pleasure of getting to speak at an after-school program in my community that has a media club. I have written several articles about their program and all it does for kids in our city, and apparently I did a good enough job that they were willing to … Continue reading Un-teaching fake news
Does Christian commentary on social media look or feel like the life and teachings of Jesus Christ? If the comments section of your favorite social media platform was all you knew of Christianity, would you choose to be called Christian? I explore these topics in my latest column: Life is a series of choices. One … Continue reading Look like Christ?
If you’ve been feeling a bit down in the ego, or if you have questions about who is going to heaven and who is consigned to hell, fear not. There’s an app for that. Just pull up your favorite social media site, find a Christian-themed thread, and start browsing the comments. In short order … Continue reading There’s an app for that…