Some people have a mental image of an angry God. This might be due to preachers like Johnathan Edwards from the 18th-century, or from listening to others who portray God as primarily full of wrath and punishment. This is a tough image of God to live with, and probably makes most of us want to avoid too much contact with Him, lest we make a mistake … Continue reading What Makes God Angry?
As many times as we may refresh the page, some things are both true and unchangeable. Continue reading Page Refresh
What would our daily dialogue and shared activities with others look like if we shared what was really on our hearts? Continue reading Heart-book
Caring for others, like caring for our homes, is a lot of work. There’s no need to pretend, though. Continue reading Not a Museum
Learning is a good thing, but what happens when we learn what we shouldn’t? Continue reading Handling the Truth
We can pretend to ignore the rules, but – unless we’re in charge – we don’t actually get to change them. Continue reading Not a Match
True bravery isn’t necessarily found in those who perform crazy stunts, but is present in those who do the right thing in the face of resistance. Continue reading No Guts, No Glory
Have you ever said something, and then realized later that your statement was right on more levels than you had imagined? Continue reading “Right” vs. “Really Right”
Sometimes, just taking a class isn’t enough for us to actually learn anything. Continue reading Do You Get It?
Faith doesn’t have to avoid the truth. In fact, it really should be based on truth, if it’s worth following. Continue reading Discovery vs. Invention