The Ultimate Man’s Man

I don’t know where they originated from or who had the idea to start them, but I love those Chuck Norris jokes. Here’s a few of my favorites for your enjoyment: Chuck Norris threw a grenade and killed 50 people, then it exploded. When Chuck Norris crosses the steet the cars have to look bothContinue reading “The Ultimate Man’s Man”

What Christians Fear Most

Sometimes I feel like a monster. Not when I lose my temper. When that happens, I’m just being a typical fallen human – my old fleshly self. But sometimes I feel like a monster from Monstropolis. You know, the ones from Monsters Inc. who are afraid of children. Sounds silly, doesn’t it? But we’re not much brighter.Continue reading “What Christians Fear Most”

The Silver Coins – A Parable

Once there lived a father and a son. The father loved his son very much as did the son love his father. One day the father said to his son, “You’re old enough now to perform a chore for me. I want you to take this silver coin, travel across the country and deliver itContinue reading “The Silver Coins – A Parable”

A Little Damaged

You may remember the event that took place on September 21, 2005. For the first time since 9/11 the nation stood still and almost every eye was on their TV set or ear on the radio. Once again, fellow Americans were in aerial danger. One hundred forty passengers and six crew members were gripped inContinue reading “A Little Damaged”

What Harry Potter is Teaching Me So Far…

Don’t judge me. It’s been a couple of years since the last Harry Potter movie came out, and I’m just now watching them all for the first time. I read the books years back, and they were a bit underwhelming – I guess after all the hype I expected something more. Don’t worry – I’ll be revisitingContinue reading “What Harry Potter is Teaching Me So Far…”

Everyday Orphans

Think about the first image that comes to your mind when you hear the word “orphan.” Most of us think immediately of a poor, desolate child staring at you with big eyes, and skinny arms and legs, with loose rags for clothes. This is a very true image of an orphan, yet the idea ofContinue reading “Everyday Orphans”