Because most experts have no clue as to how they should approach addiction science has been called upon to solve the issue. Thousands of people in the medical field want our scientists to now use their skills to cook up some new potion so we can finally resolve this “disease”

Once upon a time, two sinners were saved by the grace of God. Before that, they were raised with a heavy emphasis on good morality and rule-keeping, both in the home and the church denominations in which they were involved. Now, post-conversion, these two worlds collide. And they collide hard.

  I don’t bite my proverbial nails. Ever since I can remember, I’ve watched all major world events which are covered on the news through the lens of apocalyptic dispensationalism. It’s the only thing I knew until I became reformed.

  1. Addiction is Not Simply a Brain Disease- The secular worldview about addiction being an unresolved brain disease contradicts the biblical one. The Bible holds all men accountable for their sin and that includes drug abuse as well. Therefore, the disease model of addiction is another attempt by the

Inspiration. Perspiration. Motivation. I can’t think of any other “tions” at the moment, but these would certainly describe the amazing American Ninja Warrior competition.

Many of us grow up wondering what we would do if we were called upon to save someones life.  We wonder if we could muster up the courage to pull someone from a burning car or if we have it in us to take a bullet for a needy stranger.

As a young author in the JFK research community I have the advantage of looking at this case with a fresh set of eyes.  I am also an experienced character profiler (or criminal if you will), and this gives me some insight into other areas of this case that few

You see all over the internet how adults want to stop younger people from bullying each other at school, while at the same time refusing to acknowledge that those who have fallen short of their standards are silently excluded from their lives. Let us not forget, that if you have

Rehabs are holding their patients hostage through a clever tool called the “waiting list”.  Everyday there are thousands of people who attempt to enter a high priced recovery center in the hope that they will receive immediate help for their addictions.  I wish I could tell you that rehabs are

As a younger man, I was a disciple of A.A. for nearly two years.  During that time, I worked hard to complete the twelve steps and I even sponsored other alcoholics around me.  Simply put, it became my religion. I was captivated with their messages about an all accepting “higher