Foundations of Generational Sin

Foundations of Generational Sin

I often hear in Christian circles, increasing concerns over the present state of the world and the downward trend of our nation away from God. Christians are stunned by the rapid acceleration  towards moral depravity that is blatantly visible. This isn’t a new...
Another Brick in the Wall

Another Brick in the Wall

We’re in the first few days of 2021 – a brand new year – after a difficult and tumultuous 2020. However, as I reflect, my mind is not drawn to last year, but much farther back, even four decades. It’s hard to imagine that on this day 40-years ago, 1980 had just ended...
Mary Sets the Example

Mary Sets the Example

Christmas Day ended a few days ago. The presents have been opened. The holiday dinner (so good!) consumed. The family has gone home. No more Christmas music playing on the radio. The unusual TN snow giving us a white Christmas has melted. Holiday cheer is now a...
A Few of My Favorite Things

A Few of My Favorite Things

It’s no secret how much I like Christmas music. There’s nothing like listening to Karen Carpenter singing “Home for the Holidays” or Tony Bennett singing “Winter Wonderland”. Most people believe it’s socially acceptable to begin listening after Thanksgiving, although...
Dark Skies and Bright Light

Dark Skies and Bright Light

As a kid growing up in East Williamson NY, I remember how early darkness descended on our little town during December. Early in the month, the sun sets around 4:30pm with last light occurring at 5:05pm. For much of winter, evening activities around town are done in...