Monthly Archives: March 2014

From Theory to Reality

Recently, I was thumbing through a wonderful and thought-provoking book written by a Gary Haugen who works on behalf of oppressed people who are enslaved in countries around the world. His initiation into this ministry began when he learned of the genocide in Rwanda in the 1990s. Back then, he recalled seeing news broadcasts reporting the […]

Understanding Noah

The big budget movie, Noah, opens this weekend.  And if you’re active at all on social media, you know that it’s already stirred a significant level of controversy. Some Christian leaders have called on their congregations and followers to boycott it because of the creative license that writers have taken with the story. Other commentators […]

Team Colors

The NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament officially gets underway this weekend. If you read my post last week, it’ll be no surprise to discover that I look forward to it every year. I enjoy watching game after game after game as the exciting, and sometimes brutal eliminations take place. And you can be sure that I’ll […]