So Little Time, So Much Magic
KISSIMMEE, FL — Not far from Disney World, there’s a magical place where children with life-threatening illnesses can go into a cookie shop and walk out with delicious treats, or another shop where they can eat ice cream sundaes without limit.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers Won’t Have to Push Abortion
More sanity has prevailed at the U.S. Supreme Court. Some babies’ lives are going to be saved as a result.
It is interesting to find out what was the cause of Daniel’s success. Daniel was successful in every administration he served in. I’m not sure if you have ever given any thought to this, but Daniel served all different kinds of bosses – all different types of kings – from Nebuchadnezzar to Belshazzar, to Darius – all the way to Cyrus. With every one of these leaders, Daniel always seemed to move to the top of the organization. This was also Joseph’s case in the Book of Genesis – around Chapter 37. When you examine the life of Joseph you’ll discover that regardless of where you put him, he always ended up on top. You could put him in Potiphar’s house as a slave – and he ended up on top! You can put him in prison – he ended up on top. There is something about persons like Joseph, Daniel, Esther, and Deborah (men and women) it doesn’t matter where they end up – where you put them – who’s the king – who’s the leader – they always end up on top!!Read More
Imagine if Alcoholics Anonymous had to post directions to the nearest bar or cut-rate liquor store?
Or if Weight Watchers had to send people to Baskin-Robbins or Fatburger?
Or if Gamblers Anonymous had to give out maps to the nearest casino?
In a big win for religious liberty, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 on Monday that a Christian baker cannot be forced to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex ceremony.
Although some observers said the ruling was a “narrow” victory, there was much in the majority opinion and concurring opinions that strongly made the case for religious liberty and freedom of conscience.
A major studio releases a new movie, and the buzz is loud and wide. Television, print and Internet ads, along with the critics, tout it as “must-see.”
But is it worthy of our time and money? Should Christians patronize this new Hollywood offering? Should our children see it?