No ping pong faith

Over the course of several years, I’ve grown into a doubter and questioner where personal faith is concerned. However, I am a hopeful doubter and find great joy in questions. I think our greatest concerns and struggles sometimes reveal our greatest loves. My love of the Creator has grown more real even as the lenses... Continue Reading →

T-Chart Contrasting Two Leaders

Sometimes the words of leaders reflect their deeper core values. A t-chart is a good tool for looking at contrasting ideas and I found it instructive looking at these two leaders as one resigns from his position.  ~Kindly

Strength to Speak Truth

I was impressed while listening to Fiona Hill's testimony. She has superior educational and professional credentials, but her clarity of thinking and communicating is amazing. She is unshakable and demonstrates integrity in every response. She also has the strength to speak truth in the face of powerful detractors, as the following quote reflects. I hope... Continue Reading →

Responding to Paula White’s “prayer”

Paula's "prayer" makes some serious assumptions. Here are my thoughts after reading.  Words spoken against wrongs should NOT be turned back on the accuser. Accountability and oversight are NOT demonic setups. Calling mistakes “traps” set by others, Satan, or the Devil is an often-repeated script among religious and political cons. Adding “in the name of... Continue Reading →

Did we hire this guy?

Does Rudy Giuliana support the following logic senators are spouting? - I vote against an inquiry to look into any possible wrongdoing. - I think something wrong might have happened, but it wasn’t bad enough to punish. - How do I know this? I'm not sure. Are you following my logic? Prepare for more absurd... Continue Reading →

Religious Corn Flakes

Reading Paula White's words is like eating religious corn flakes. The fallacy of her prosperity gospel is the belief that we can generate faith that will influence spiritual forces in our favor. Just keep on declaring and claiming it yells the preacher! I guess it's easier than working toward justice and trying to do right.... Continue Reading →

Is prayer a numbers game?

“If so many believers spent just a portion of the time praying for him that they spend complaining about and criticizing the president, there would be a lot more prayers being lifted up and much more good would be accomplished.” -Joseph Parker radio host I'm trying to unpack Joseph Parker’s meaning here. He clearly says... Continue Reading →

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