In a previous post, I briefly reasoned what I believe not only about abortion, but about the new bill that has been passed in New York. As a reminder, the bill states that a woman can legally undergo an abortion up to the due date, under extenuating medical circumstances. My goal here is now to lay … Continue reading Life Unfolds in the Womb
Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that New York has been leading the nation in "civil rights" bills being passed. Recently, New York City passed a bill on gender identity and birth certificates. Now, the entire state has passed a bill on abortion. My goal here is not to simply disagree … Continue reading Life Begins in the Womb
There are no benchwarmers in the church. In baseball, there are benchwarmers. In softball, there are benchwarmers. In basketball, there are benchwarmers. In football, there are benchwarmers. We don't want the bench to get lonely, right? The silly thing about all of these sports is that people are so often content with a benchwarmer position. Though … Continue reading No Benchwarmers in the Church
What would Christmas be without the trees? What would Christmas be without the lights? What would Christmas be without the decorations? What would Christmas be without the gifts? What would Christmas be without carolers going from house to house? What would Christmas be without baked goods, apple cider, and eggnog? What would Christmas be without … Continue reading What Would Christmas Be Without Christ?
The three most important words in any language to any relationship are, “I love you.” Every lasting relationship not only says these words, but shows these words. Though God may not say “I love you” verbatim in Scripture, time and time again He tells us and shows us that He loves us. For example, take … Continue reading There is No Fear In Love