Many people claim knowledge in many areas. Scientists claim knowledge of the stars, even predicting the end of the Universe. Geneticists argue that they can rewrite genetic code, making us into a ...

God loves a repentant sinner. The Word tells us a choir of angels sing in adulation when one lost soul finds its way to the cross. God also loves people who work hard at doing good. When we put ...

Faith. A mysterious thing. Christianity is a faith-based religion. That means we base our beliefs on something that can never, by definition, be proven. The textbook definition of faith says we ...

Click away if you’re not ready for grown-up food. If you want your peas mushed up before they are put on your plate, you don’t want to read this. Soft-soled people need not apply. ...

Why do we love people? Is it because they’ve given us something? We love the president because we received a stimulus check when we were quarantined during the 2020 COVID pandemic. That’s not ...

It takes work to keep our shine on. Car wheels, for example. Brake dust can build up and dim their shine. Yet, we can’t do without the brakes. They are necessary for the good and safe operation ...

Paul, the word-master, the man who penned much of the New Testament, was good at this-or-that. He could reason out “if this” and segue into a “then that” with no trouble at all. He was ...

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a time savings account? Imagine it this way: On a soggy Saturday afternoon, instead of wasting our time staring out at the rain, we skip over it and bank the hours ...

At a concert or church service, who do you want to be? You know, who’s the person you emulate the most? Who do you think of when you say, I want to be just like them? Perhaps it’s the star ...

Sometimes we want to pedal tomorrow’s bicycle. We want to somehow reach into yesterday and get today’s problems solved before they happen. We want on the morning train even before the ...

What is life? As in, what do you need for life? What do you have to have to make life worth the effort of getting up and facing each day? We could say a big house and a shiny car, but that ...

Life is like a line graph. Sometimes the line goes up, and we return home at the end of the day and see only bright sunshine in our future. Other times the line collapses, and we’re certain ...

What’s the last thing you said to your spouse? Or your parents? Or your children? What were your parting words when you last left the office? What did your coworkers take away for the ...