Month: May 2011

The future of religion in the USA

May 24, 2011 | 7 comments

What will the Christian church look like 20 or 50 years from now? Will it stay the same? Not according to Oliver Thomas, author of a refreshing article printed in USA Today, “Faith in America: Get ready for change.” Thomas

When in the tomb

May 23, 2011 | 6 comments

Have you ever felt imprisoned in a tomb? I’m not thinking of a cave in rock, but of a mental place, perhaps one of hopelessness, despair, poverty, addiction, debt, conflict, disease, sin and any other type of mortal darkness and

Are you willing to give unselfishly?

May 23, 2011 | No comments yet

People are by and large unselfish. People want to help others. People are willing to give for others in need. If in doubt, here’s an inspiring article about an experiment Panera Bread has been doing to test patrons’ willingness to

Healing of partial blindness

May 20, 2011 | No comments yet

Here’s an interesting account of partial blindness healed that enabled one of America’s great painters to paint, you’ll likely find very interesting. It was blogged by Bill Scott, Committee on Publication for Washington State. Howard Chandler Christy

Watching old reruns

May 20, 2011 | 6 comments

Have you ever watched an old rerun on TV and were able to recall what was going to happen next in the sitcom even though you hadn’t watched the show in years? In surfing across channels, I’ve glossed through old