What one generation tolerates, the next generation will embrace. Words of warning from John Wesley, one of the co-founders of the Methodist movement in Colonial Georgia. Back in the early eighteenth century, Wesley expressed this warning in a sermon delivered … Continue reading
On the political front in this year’s upcoming U.S. Presidential election – a ceremonial feast that traditionally offers up a main course of beef or chicken; the political pundits of both major political parties, along with the main stream media, … Continue reading
Reposted Annually: Around the world, today at sundown; the Jewish holiday – Rosh Hashanah – will commence. You ask as a Christian, “Why do I care?” Well there are several reasons why today’s Christian should have an interest in the … Continue reading
We are 25 days from Rosh Hashanah. Why should you care?
No event has possibly ever exposed the conflicting bias and blind hypocrisy of the Left as much as the story of Cecil the Lion and Doctor Palmer. And while the Left would conclude that only a Right Wing loon could … Continue reading
It’s the last week of July and Bulldog fans are giddy. Anticipation is building as the start of the 2015 football season nears; and a noon-time kickoff with Louisiana-Monroe is fast approaching. Whispering softly amongst themselves, so as not to … Continue reading
WARNING: The following material may be offensive to some. If you are satisfied with 10 win seasons, believe that it is blasphemous to criticize a sitting head coach, or believe that simply being a ‘mighty fine man’ trumps a sound coaching philosophy and player development; … Continue reading
Washington’s First Inaugural Address Excerpt from Second and closing paragraphs “Such being the impressions under which I have, in obedience to the public summons, repaired to the present station, it would be peculiarly improper to omit in this first official act … Continue reading
Update: Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) Organization Considers Challenge to Robins AFB reversal on “Have a Blessed Day” greeting
Robins Air Force Base officials reversed their decision prohibiting base personnel from greeting individuals entering the military facility each day with the phase, “Have a Blessed Day .” More details regarding the reversal of policy.