Category Archives: Politics

To those boycotting Goodwill….

I wrote in my recent update that I’ve been re-purposing some skirts from Goodwill for the girls and I, and that reminded me of something that’s been bugging me, lately.  I’ve heard of a lot of people boycotting Goodwill and … Continue reading

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Addendum to “Welfare not based on Christian values”

When I wrote the post yesterday about welfare and other government programs, it was a pretty off-the-cuff emotional vent about some things I’ve been thinking a lot about lately and it occurred to me today that in my ranting I … Continue reading

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Welfare is NOT based on Christian values

I saw this posted on facebook the other day and it really flew all over me.  Welfare is based on Christian values?  Really?  Being forced to provide for the needs of others is love?  Stealing (yes, I used the word … Continue reading

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Sunday Linkage

Letter from Christian Guys Christian young men write about their perspective on feminine modesty. A Modesty Survey A survey taken by Christian men… Anything you’ve ever wanted to know about what men REALLY think about the way women dress. Something … Continue reading

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Inviting God Into America

I found this over at Aspiring to Simplicity and I couldn’t agree more!  It was written by Bob Hartley at IHOP.  I don’t know anything about him or his ministry, but I wholeheartedly agree with his message here.  All emphasis … Continue reading

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Biblical Politics

. This is a post I’ve been somewhat reluctant to write, but with the inauguration just a few hours away and many articles, letters, and sermons by people I respect a great deal but completely disagree with to spur me … Continue reading

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Perspectives and Perceptions

Today I was reminded of a sweet little book I once read called The Princess and Curdie by George MacDonald. It’s a book about a young boy who is commissioned to save a King from the hands of his evil subjects. … Continue reading

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