When dads consider the legacy they wish to leave their children, sometimes they fall short of what they truly had wished to pass on. Solomon's counsel in Proverbs 22:6 was to "Train a child in the way that he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." We had the … Continue reading A Father’s Tarnished Legacy
Recently I came to a crossroad in my life, where I thought I had to choose between activism and devotion to my own spiritual journey and growth - feeling as though I couldn't engage those pursuits concurrently. I then had to ask myself, whether my spiritual journey included advocating for those whom Christ cared deeply … Continue reading One Christian’s Perspective on White Nationalism
"I pity the man who never thinks about heaven." - J.C. Ryle In the introduction to his book "Heaven", Randy Alcorn makes the following observation: "God's people in ages past had a source of strength and perspective largely unknown to us today: Heaven. It was their central reference point, the North Star by which they … Continue reading A Portrait of Hope for the Ages
"No man can be an exile if he remembers that all the world is one city." C.S. Lewis The one refrain I continue to hear time and again, in response to actions arising out of our nation's zeal for nationalism, is "That's not who we are as a country." You've no doubt heard the same … Continue reading That’s Not Who We Are
When I come across an old story that mimics something that is happening today, I can't resist the urge to draw parallels between the two. And, so it was with a tale entitled, "The Emperor's New Clothes", by Hans Christian Andersen. In Anderson's tale, there existed an emperor, whose love for fine clothes was well-known, and well-financed by … Continue reading Who Will Tell The President He Has No Clothes?