Recently, I learned about a man known as "Slick Willie" Suttton. William Francis Sutton entered life in 1901 and died at his sister's home in 1980 at the age of 79. Willie spent most of his life robbing banks, or to be politically correct - as a "financial withdrawal specialist." He spent time in prison … Continue reading Sutton’s Law
What a world!What has happened?How did it get this way?Can anything be done to turn this around? Leaders and citizens suppress truth in wicked ways. So-called educated people ignore and deny that there is a Designer, a Creator - God. Others know there is a God, but refuse to follow Him making up their own … Continue reading What a World!
About this time every four years, I begin to wish that November would come and go so I can turn on the news and not hear about politics and who is running for what office. Then December comes and I begin hearing about "mid-term elections" and which party will or needs to take control to … Continue reading My Voting Guide
Have you ever said or acted in a way contrary to your stated convictions? Have you ever, at any time in the past or maybe even in the present, behaved in a way that was or is contrary to godliness or living Christ-like? Have you ever become caught up in a group conversation and spoke … Continue reading What to Do this Election
Recently a Christian friend asked me for information about Near Death Experiences. I shared a few articles from some other sources and have since been thinking and reading about this phenomenon. A Near Death Experience (NDE) is an event that someone reports after an accident or when their heart stops during an operation. The attraction … Continue reading Thinking about Near Death Experiences
Just a few weeks ago Hurricane Sally damaged the area of the country where my parents raised me and my brothers. As I write these words another hurricane is in the Gulf of Mexico headed in that general direction again. Storms! He had been at sea a few times before. He had sailed to different … Continue reading Where’s God in the Storm?
What a year! From March through September and still going on in some places, we have "stay-at-home" or "safer-at-home" guidelines from state and local governments. Some communities have strict mask wearing ordinances and some restrict different types of social gatherings. Since March Amy and I have only eaten out a couple times, we have either … Continue reading 10 Things Social Distancing Taught Me
This morning as I write, the remains of Tropical Storm Beta brings rain to my area. Just a good soaking rain, nothing like Beta brought to parts of the Gulf Coast. A week ago, I returned home from Florida and watched the news as Hurricane Sally flooded the Gulf Coast of Florida and Alabama. I … Continue reading When the Storms Come
September 17 has become a day of tradition. Every year for the last few years, I open Facebook and read the comments from September 17, 2016 that are on Charles' page. Four years ago on this day was the day after Charles finished his battle with cancer and passed from this life to eternity. The … Continue reading On this Day
In less that two months, citizens of the United States will cast their ballots to elect our President and other officials for the next two to four years (depending upon the office). This is both a right and a privilege associated with citizenship in the United States. I am not writing to tell you for … Continue reading Christians and Politics