Help More Than Hate

On the 45th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the New York Reproductive Health Act  was signed by Governor Cuomo. Christians throughout New York State and the U.S. are outcrying this issue in a justified fervor, but I wonder about the effectiveness of this approach. Over this week, I've been trying to place myself in the shoes of … Continue reading Help More Than Hate

Toward Love and Good Deeds

"Let us consider how we may provoke one  another toward love and good deeds." Hebrews 10:24 When I read this verse, I had to pause. When I step back and analyze my life, can it be said that I spur others to love and do good deeds? Sure, my last article spoke about the need to demonstrate … Continue reading Toward Love and Good Deeds

The World is Watching

Over the past few weeks, there have been many articles that focus on the flaws of famous Christians. Over my lifetime, I've heard Christians criticized behind their backs for failures made public. There has been much criticism because there are many, many flaws. This isn't some revolutionary premise - scripture will tell us that every … Continue reading The World is Watching