Are we shouting “crucify him?” Finally, after decades of complaints, prayers, token support and watching “B” Christian movies barely funded and with the best intentions, but not always much in the way of acting, movie goers have been inundated with a plethora of positive cinema. All in this month before Easter. You’d think the Christian … More God’s Not Dead, but Maybe “Christianity” Should Be
My daughter is studying the Civil War for history. As I’ve prepared her lessons, read books, directed her projects and watched Gone with the Wind and Shenandoah, I’ve been struck by the analogy to the current trend in publishing. Not to make light of the tragedy of our American Civil War, nor to imply that … More Does This Mean War?
I’m captivated by a song. Initially I heard it on the Christian radio stations I listen to, Air1 and K-Love. The chorus haunted me and each time I heard it, another part of the lyrics would grab my heart and call out to my spirit. It so perfectly portrays where I am at in my … More What Does Your Spirit Long For?
Any of these statements sound familiar? I thought he was my rescue. When our child was born, my husband became sullen, neglectful and harsh. I found a box of pornographic magazines hidden in the closet. By the third drink, he was rude and mean with cruel sarcasm. He really hurt me the other night. There’s … More Living With An Addict – Part 3
As a young girl, my life situation and society around me portrayed women as objects to be used for pleasure. Men were expected to stare, flirt, touch, fondle, kiss and hopefully take the object of their lust to bed. “Real” women enjoyed being the object of someone else’s desire and would join in eagerly. If … More Look Here, But Don’t Look
I thought it might be advantageous to fill in some of the gaps of our story with a few excerpts from the book in progress. Granted, changes may still occur, but at least you can have a taste of the finished work to come… Excerpt from The Miracle of Us: Confessions of Two Online Daters…. … More Filling in the Gaps