Rep. Elise Stefanik (Republican, NY CD-2) has risen to be a powerful voice for reason and justice on the Intelligence Committee. Elise has the characteristics of a Deborah.
In my seventh decade of life, I remember how homosexuals were not called homosexuals in the 1960s. Sodomite was one term, a truly derogatory word. Queer was the common noun, also a derogatory word. Regardless of the chosen noun, homosexual men weren't predisposed to see themselves as anything but men, likewise homosexual women, affirming that … Continue reading The Bright Side of LGBTQ Activism
Focusing on your own or another's weaknesses discourages us. Can I say it? We all have sinned and fallen short of God’s glorious standard. Discussing someone's weaknesses discourages them. Now, can we move on?
Grace is a gift. But, what's inside the gift? Don't wait for Christmas to discover the contents of your gift!
To the uninformed, Columbus Day is a perceived offense. But, to the informed, it is a day to commemorate a hero of the Christian faith.
A Babylonian king captured the Jews and it was a Persian king who restored them to the land of Israel. Is the comparison of Jimmy Carter as the modern-day Babylonian king and Pres. Donald Trump as the modern day Persian king Cyrus reasonable?
When you view the chart below, what do you see? "Back in 2003, there were 74 million car loan accounts across the U.S. and by 2013, that had climbed to 81.33 million. In recent years, the total number of accounts has soared, hitting 108.66 million by 2017. Auto debt is just one of the many … Continue reading What You Need to Know About the US Poverty Paradox