Time Magazine’s issue dated May 18, 2020 features the article ‘NOW IS THE MOMENT TO CHANGE THE WORLD by Rutger Bregman. The author is likely right to say “Right now, we are in the biggest crisis since the Second World War. The economic impact of COVID-19 is greater than the
“When the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?” ( Luke 18:8)
Following this interesting question, Jesus gave us a parable of two men.
“Two men went up into the temple to pray; the one a Pharisee and the other a publican. The Pharisee stood and prayed
Things that Make God's People Weep
I am sharing with you the closing paragraphs of Bro. Andrew Bar David Urshan’s book, “The Supreme Need of the Hour,” published in Cochrane, WI in A.D. 1922.
“God’s heroes do not weep because they are afraid of persecution, or because of their earthly losses, they
Something Ain’t Right
When you disembark from the SS Badger car ferry in Ludington, Michigan after your four hour, 60 mile cruise from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, or if you find yourself driving along the lakeshore in that area, you should head for Brenda’s Harbor Cafe downtown. Brenda’s is a neighborhood restaurant serving
The Apostle Paul reminds the Corinthian congregation that their complete foundation was through the Gospel. “For ye have ten thousand instructors in Christ, yet have ye not many fathers; for in Christ Jesus have I begotten you through the Gospel” (1 Corinthians 4:15). The Apostle emphasized that obedience to the
Thinking about my sweet wife as she is recovering from a difficult surgery and want to share her incredible testimony with you. Please keep her in your continued prayers. We feel your kindness and encouragement and are most thankful.
It is said of many great men that they wouldn’t be who
The cars were smashed. Twisted parts were hanging on wires, and smoke was bellowing into the air. Like other drivers, we parked and rushed to help anyone who may have been injured, but fortunately no one was seriously hurt. However, the automobiles were irreparable. I pulled away and began to
Are we the masters of our destinies? Job firmly declared, “I shall die in my nest, and I shall multiply my days as the sand” (Job 29:18). Job was thinking of his integrity, his righteousness. “My righteousness I hold fast, and will not let it go: my heart shall not
I’ve heard many say that “we are eyewitnesses to a moral revolution.” And there is little disagreement to the fact that the moral standards in our culture, especially pertaining to sexual identity, lifestyle, manners, modesty, honesty and integrity, are being seriously challenged. The Christian foundation of America’s government and her
We have never seen times like these times. Everything is on the line, and the pressing question is – Are we prepared to face the complex and eminent dangers of this generation? Are we asleep or awake? This is not a mundane moment! Our nation, our institutions and our churches
Paris' 856-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral is burning as I write this article on April 15, 2019. Micki and I have spent many hours visiting there while in Paris over the years. Altogether, I would guess my accumulated time in this amazing architectural wonder would be well over a full day.
I trust the reader will pause with me awhile and reflect upon the words of one of England’s great poets, William Wordsworth, from his poem, “To H.C. Six Years Old.” Wordsworth had written these lines to express his struggle in shielding his children, especially his son John, from uncertain times