October 2016

I knew an old man. We’ll call him Bob. He lost his wife a few years ago to a long-term battle with cancer. Until his death, he lost the will to live, and the church they were apart of for 50+ years has had its own rough ride, leaving a near empty church.

For many Americans, October 31st is the anticipated day for the darkest, spookiest holiday of the year. The question for many conservatives, especially Christians, is how to respond to Halloween? Is it wrong for parents to let their children trick-or-treat? What about Christians who refuse any kind of participation during the

In Triumph was the tool that God used to introduce me to Christ and also disciple me in His Word.  As a former addict, I walked into this program with a lot of baggage, and it was a long process before I could even start thinking correctly.  I originally came

“At 3:30 a.m., I awoke to a black room, so dark that my eyes could not see even one inch away, much less to the other side…I was in the darkest place I had been in perhaps for years…” – Jim Elliff Have you ever experienced anything like this before?

It’s not often one sees something like this in the city.    

The Eleventh Commandment was a phrase used by President Ronald Reagan during his 1966 campaign for Governor of California. The Commandment reads: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.[1][2]

My wife and I love Autumn, and going around to good pumpkin patches. It’s a good sign for the Fall season when you see yards full of pumpkins.

The cry to “boycott!” is everywhere, as well as among evangelicals who hate seeing unBiblical decisions being made by the American stores which we visit almost daily.