A Plea

A Plea

July 17, 2020

A plea. I know what you expect. You expect and rightly so a “for” to follow, followed by the “for what.”  But I feel as if no person can go beyond those two words in our day.  It seems to me that whatever follows the “for” is going to be shot at and...[more]

Moral Confusion and Collapse

Moral Confusion and Collapse

July 7, 2020

I preached a sermon on July 5 from Psalm 33 on how God sees nations.  The biblical perspective on how God sees nations is clear I think when we are able to distinguish the different meaning of the term in the Bible.  One meaning has to do with “ethnicity” or “people...[more]

Vacations/Holidays

Vacations/Holidays

July 2, 2020

The truth is that I have never been a good vacation person.  It is hard for me to go away and even harder to stay away.  Cell phones, ipads and laptops do little to help.  They give me daily and throughout the day the kind of access to my “work” that I need to...[more]

One Lost Virtue

One Lost Virtue

June 18, 2020

Ancient Greek poets, philosophers and politicians desired to create a virtuous society.  Philosophers developed and defined the virtues.  Poets composed verse about them and the beauty they would bring to a society.  The politicians proclaimed them and put them in place as the...[more]