Thursday, May 23, 2024

Capacity Isn’t A Scapegoat.

We’ve got to do a better job of moving in sincerity with out village, before we look up to find ourselves standing alone. Sn individual is not going to wait forever while you decide whether, or not, you want to care. The misuse of capacity is cruel, and we should try honesty instead.  

The Consequence of Study is Knowing.

April 27, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

It is important to know the next generation is watching when the scholar is shunned, and they may choose a different path to avoid said outcome. They won’t care if knowledge is power…they won’t be willing to pay the price of being what appears to be a villain within their own family.

The Hypocrisy is Blinding.

It is a corrosive disease that eats away at the foundation of any relationship. It is a gateway to soul deep lies, deception and manipulation. It is judgement in the most damaging form, and though it is easily seen…it’s hardly called out in a manner befitting the evil it intends.

You Might as Well Cuss.

This might sound hilarious, but it happens too often to those that dare to “study to show themselves approved”. The issue is we are more worried about cussing then abuse of power. We are more concerned about the past of others, than our heart towards them when we “lead them the Christ”.

How to Save on Your Healthcare Costs.

Another way to save on healthcare costs is to shop around. When you need to see a doctor or get a prescription filled, compare prices between different providers. You may be surprised at how much you can save by doing a little research.

Healthy or Harmful? 5 Common Habits That Aren’t As Healthy As You Think.

Studies have shown that wine offers several health benefits, but some individuals have gone too far with it. They tend to drink more than is necessary, and it isn’t good for them. Of course, it’s perfectly fine to buy vermouth from time to time, but too much alcohol can lead to unhealthy behaviors. In turn, this habit can affect your physical and mental health. 

Van Insurance Policies Explained.

April 20, 2022 by  
Filed under Business, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

It is always worth speaking to an insurance agent either through online communication, by phone, or in person, to find out which van insurance policy is right for you and your business’s needs.

Evil Doesn’t Flee From Denomination.

April 7, 2022 by  
Filed under Christian Talk, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

What does it mean to be a Christian, and how much has doctrine shaped how we see the world? If we aren’t careful we’ll become the evil we fear simply due to the lack of love that exists in the building that is suppose to be the House of God.

Accountability Requires Humility.

This might be allowed for a season, but there will come a point whereby this situation can blow up terribly. You risk losing people you claim you love because of a refusal to be accountable, which includes humility.

Black History is Now.

April 7, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

When we look at the “acceptance” of Black History Month we also grapple with the misrepresentation of history, and the attempt to re-write history to make it more palatable for others. Basically no one wants to be deemed as a racist, or on the wrong side of history…even if they are.