The world is a dangerous place.


Every day men and women put their lives on the line for our country, for freedom in America and around the globe, for their families and loved ones, for the spread of the Gospel to every tribe and every nation.

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October 28, 2014 — Leave a comment

You may be someone’s only hope. 

One of the joys of being an author is having the privilege to work with some of the most talented people in the world.

final cover ACC with snowflakes

Nicole Deese is one of those people. She is witty and charming, and her new Novel, a Cliché Christmas has taken the publishing world by storm. I wanted you to meet her and get a little more acquainted. Then go buy the book! Here is my interview with Nicole.

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In the first half of the 1900’s, organized crime thrived when society sought to escape life’s harsh realities through alcohol, gambling and prostitution.


These were considered “harmless vices” and “victimless crimes.” Adults consented–nobody got hurt. At least that’s the way these distractions from life were portrayed.

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October 23, 2014 — Leave a comment

Don’t ask God’s permission for something He has already condemned in Scripture. He isn’t going to change His rules for you. 

We’ve all seen the commercials on TV showing the frail animals that need adopting. For pennies a day, you can provide a new home for the rescue dog or cat.

Kids at the dayschool

I am not against such commercials, and I love animals, but there is precious life that should not be forgotten in the midst of helping pets that need attention.

In the photo above, people like you and me sponsor children through organizations such as Compassion International, who give us the opportunity to put feet to our good intentions.

For pennies a day, you can actually support a child on the other side of the world, providing food, clothing, education, and the truth about God. Some of the children here have sponsors, and that is the only way they eat and hear about God.

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October 21, 2014 — Leave a comment

Take responsibility for your failures and others will applaud your success.

As the violence grips a culture, life goes on.

Violence torn streets

We take for granted walking to the store in the evening or maybe going to a movie. Much of the world is not that way.

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I frequently see patients in my office with vague symptoms of fever, rash, fatigue, headache, and a general sense of ill being.


Often this is a simple viral illness that will pass in a day or two, but sometimes – it’s not.

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October 9, 2014 — Leave a comment

When someone makes a snarky, rude or negative comment followed by, “I’m a man and I have to speak my mind”, get away from him as quick as you can. A real man does no such thing.