Headed to Hell with the Homosexuals

HEADED TO HELL WITH THE HOMOSEXUALS

A nice Christian lady just told me I was going to hell, apparently accompanied by many of my friends. “What kind of person are you?” she squawked. (Even over the anonymous internet, I could tell she was squawking.)

What set her off was my saying that I love my gay friends and family just the way they are, and so does God.

First Things First

Well, hello there!
It is said that the internet’s value is in the information it offers. But I say there is as much, if not more, value in the people it helps connect. Yes, I hear your unspoken disclaimer loud and clear, though. Technology as a whole can certainly lead to people missing some precious face-to-face time.

Declaring Truth Over Your Life

Other than the resurrection of Jesus Christ, I like to think the most “historic” event is Kent State’s (my alma mater) 2012 football team!

A team that went 40 years without reaching any bowl game and then came with a 2OT loss of reaching the Orange Bowl (one of the top 4 bowl games in the country)

But it didn’t start that way. Back in late 2010, Kent State hired Ohio State assistant Darrell Hazell to change team with a culture of losing.

The 2011 campaign began like most campaigns and they held a 1-6 record coming into the bye week.

Word Borgs

 

In our age there is no such thing as ‘keeping out of politics.’ All issues are political issues, and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred and schizophrenia. ~ George Orwell, Politics and the English Language

 

Language isn’t a static thing, it’s constantly evolving. At times that can be annoying. For instance, my significant other and I find it reprehensible that Merriam-Webster says irregardless is a word, even with the qualification of “nonstandard.”

When it's Right to be Wrong

Arrogance and ignorance go hand in hand they say. Or, Ignorance is Bliss. I believe the first one, but the second is misleading. It’s somewhat akin to the lie our parents always told us (at least, mine did), “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. That’s just not true. Words can cut to the core in irreparable ways, where bumps and bruises fade away quickly.

Music Release

It started when I was eight years old. Depression and anxiety hit me like a brick. At that age I now had two brothers and not quite as much attention. I started to think that no one cared about me anymore. I thought about killing myself or running away just to see if anyone cared. I did run away once. I got about half a mile before getting homesick and coming back. It was about that time that my love for music truly began. I started writing songs and poetry to let my feelings out. That was also about the time when I dedicated my everything to Christ. I was ready to let Him rule my life.

Maine Episcopal Summer Chapel Tour: Trinity Chapel, Kennebunk Beach

Wayne and I took a scenic drive to Trinity Chapel in Kennebunk Beach which is a seaside community fi

Sts. Ambrose & Augustine, 387-430AD

Vicious invasions from hordes of northern tribes, and the inaction of its own rulers, were leading the united Roman Empire towards a total collapse, as orthodox Christianity continued to battle against a rampant Arian and pagan culture. In the western city of Milan, the bishop Ambrose championed the orthodox faith against the Arian elite, as John Chrysostom spoke out against excess in the Eastern city of Constantinople.

SERMON: The Care of God's Children by John MacArthur

Take heed that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you that in Heaven their an

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