Recently, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Reproductive Health Act into law. The law is being called by many pro-life advocates the most aggressive abortion measure…… Read more “A Person is a Person no matter how small … except in New York”
If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you’ll know that civility is a keen interest of mine. I’ve blogged about it, written a book on it…… Read more “Civility Tip of the Week”
Social media are tools, instruments, products. Like a hot stove, a sharp knife, a tuned guitar, or a running laptop, social media are means by which one can create content for distribution. The decision on whether that content will be enriching or destructive is entirely up to the one wielding the tool.
Disclaimer: I realize the irony of posting this on social media. Point taken. Just keep reading! If you follow this blog, you’ll know that I jokingly…… Read more “Why I’m Leaving Social Media”
If you’ve kept up with me on Facebook over the past couple of weeks, you’ll notice that I’ve been actively engaged in the conversation surrounding immigration. In…… Read more “FAQ’s On Immigration: What I’m being asked, and my answers – Addendum 7/11/18.”
A few months ago, I did a series of sermons on marriage, singleness, and sexuality. One of those Sundays was dedicated to the reality of sexual abuse. A panel of people joined me on the platform to share their expertise and their stories. It was a powerful time that empowered a lot of people, especially since every member of the panel is also an active member of Calvary.
No human being and no institution is beyond the reach of critique and correction, no matter how popular they are, or what memorable and historic things they may have done.
Are immigrants a fiscal drain on public resources? In addition to the job concerns raised in my previous post, immigration specialist and devout Christian, James R. Edwards,…… Read more “Of Walls and Borders: Pt. 2 – Financial Concerns”
The goal of this series is to heighten one’s awareness to the diversity of perspective within the Body, and to provide a synopsis of the differing views of Christians in a way that promotes greater understanding and education. My hope is that even with differing perspectives on immigration policy issues, Christians will see immigrants as people in need of compassionate ministry, love, and respect. They are what all of us were at one time; strangers in need of a place and people.
I am a native Floridian. That’s a title belonging to a smaller number of people than you might think. But I’m part of an even smaller group.…… Read more “The Blessing of the Old Folks at Home”