What the Fear of Cancer Does to You

I hate mammograms, so I avoid them like the plague. After having my boob vice-gripped between two-glass blocks, and flattened to the point of my passing out, I don’t do annual exams. I know I’m supposed to, and believe me, I’ve had too many girlfriends get breast cancer to know better. I am just […]

By |February 6th, 2015|blog|4 Comments

If God is Good, Then Why Do Kids Suffer or Die?

This is every parent’s worst nightmare. No parent wants to survive their child, and yet there are those suffering around us every day that have experienced this excruciatingly painful loss. It is absolutely heart breaking. The last thing I want to say to someone who has lost a child is why God allowed it. […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Tweeting with Atheists on Morality

I’ve been told not to go there. Don’t engage with atheists on Twitter because they’ll slam you with eager anticipation! Well, I certainly wasn’t looking for a fight, but I have posted things that question the atheistic worldview. I try to respectfully engage people on an intelligent discussion of the big picture issues of […]

By |January 27th, 2015|blog|4 Comments

A Harrowing Mountain Climb – (part 3 final)

PART 3 – Climb for a Cause: the final quest

The porters got Drew down to safety two-hours before Karen, and he managed to stay awake the whole bumpy ride. When she finally got to the bottom, she looked for Drew—there he was looking great, eating and drinking. He was fine and no need to […]

By |December 29th, 2014|blog|0 Comments

A Harrowing Mountain Climb (part 2)

Part 2 – Climb for a Cause (“Thinking Divinely In Action Series)
Raphael, the lead tour porter, pulled Karen aside and told her, “This is the worst case of mountain sickness I’d ever seen. If we don’t get him down soon, he’ll die.”

Oxygen was started on Drew at ten liters per minute, much higher than […]

By |December 26th, 2014|blog|0 Comments