Disciplines of Discipleship: Who Can Teach Them
Not everyone who calls them self a teacher is qualified to teach. Moreover those who profess to teach those things that pertain to the disciplines of discipleship. Who then is qualified or adequate?Disciplines of Discipleship: The Way They Should Go
The way we go will determine our destination. Continuing on that way requires discipline so that we do not drift and depart from the way.I’m Afraid That No One Seems to Care About the Truth
It sometimes feels like a person, wounded and bleeding, pleading to be heard and helped by people passing by him, ignoring his cries and indifferently refusing to see his plight, when a terrible and tragic crime has been committed where thousands of innocent people have been murdered, and there are honest scientific investigators of the crime publicly presenting true and correct forensic facts clearly showing that a government conspiracy was responsible for orchestrating and committing the murders. But the government has manipulated the original facts, tainted the crime scene, and paid-off the victims families to not question the government explanation for the deaths of the thousands of unfortunate men, women, and children who were murdered with malice aforethought, and the mainstream media and lying government scientists are behind and supporting the government cover-up. This article is intended as a voice crying in the wilderness for people, the American electorate, to awaken to the horrible reality that awaits any and all reasonable folks who will take the time to examine the cold hard facts.Finding Your Purpose-Once Upon A Starry, Starry NIght
In the early days of grief, I remember thinking “I’ll never be normal again.” The pain of losing a loved one tarnishes one’s attitude. We once thought our lives were on the right track. We had meaning and purpose… and then tragedy. Like others, we put on a happy face so people believed “we were over it”. We tried to camouflage our grief with courage. Things aren’t always what they seem.When Things Don’t Go As Planned
On June 15, I was ready and well prepared for my scheduled aortic valve surgery. But on that fateful day, nothing went as planned.