Bailey Noel Pruch. 6 pounds, 13 ounces and 21 inches long. Praise Jesus, through whom everyone is made, for this beautiful creation.
Greg Lucas writes on a blog that I was introduced to today. Greg has a son, Jake, with severe disabilities and now, after 17 years, Jake is out of the home, receiving greater care as he tries to prepare for independent living. Greg's passion for Christ, holiness, and living they atypical American life is convicting. … Continue reading Wrestling with an Angel
My friend Chuck Bergen (who blogs at Writing on the Walls) and I have launched a new blog called the (un)gospel. Don't let the title fool you. It's not heretical. Anything but. The blog's driving force is preaching against prosperity. We want to counter the false, demonic prosperity with the true gospel of Jesus Christ. … Continue reading New Blog: the (un)gospel
FoxNews reports that a Planned Parenthood worker in Texas quit after seeing an ultrasound of a baby being aborted. Here's a snippet: Abby Johnson, 29, used to escort women from their cars to the clinic in the eight years she volunteered and worked for Planned Parenthood in Bryan, Texas. But she says she knew it … Continue reading Abortion and Artemis: The Damning Desire of Lust for Wealth
Mike Huckabee writes why he's not afraid of the swine flu. Here's a good chunk of his article: I've watched the Obama administration tell us how much they care about protecting lives from the flu. If they really want to help make children safer, let me make a suggestion: Start doing all you can to … Continue reading How the Swine Flu and Abortion are Related
To prevent the swine flu (or any other flu) from spreading, most people wash their hands, quarantine themselves, or wear a doctor's mask. In Egypt however, their strategy is a bit different, as the Associated Press reports: China quarantined more than 70 Mexican travelers and Hong Kong isolated 350 people in a hotel as a … Continue reading That’s One Way to Prevent the Swine Flu
I have a membership at a gym here in Pretoria. It's a fairly nice facility. One thing I've noticed, that's rather odd, is that people workout without shoes on. People will ride the bikes, run the treadmills, and lift weights barefoot. I don't think this is physically safe or hygienically sanitary. Honestly, it's disgusting. Have … Continue reading Some Things in Other Cultures Aren’t Just “Different” They are Really Wrong
The answer is surprising.
Evidently, the Bubonic Plague is back in full force in Western Nebraska.
Here's a 4-minute video of the guys from Jars of Clay talking about their ministry Blood:Water Mission. This is a ministry that I'm passionate about and God blessed me at my first Jars of Clay concert to discover what this ministry is about. I'm so thankful to be a prayer and giving partner with them. Enjoy … Continue reading Blood:Water Mission