Dietrich Bonhoeffer

This was a man who was very popular during our undergrad days. We heard a lot about him and read his book The Cost of Discipleship. The book is great but one has to be careful of elevating different men to high status within the Christian world. What brings Mr. Bonhoeffer to mind today is … Continue reading Dietrich Bonhoeffer

In All Aspects of Life

We are reading a nice book called  Where Has Integrity Gone and the author, Simon Schrook, laments about how the world had turned dishonest. We did experience a world that was vastly different than it is now. Like the author, we experienced where a handshake meant something more than hello. We could leave doors unlocked … Continue reading In All Aspects of Life

Do All to the Glory of God

Funerals and the loss of loved ones can be a difficult time. The sudden or even expected loss leaves a void that cannot be filled by a human. When they experience loss, most people cry, mourn, weep, and so on. At the age of 17, one of my best friends died due to a mountain … Continue reading Do All to the Glory of God

General Comments- 2

We have been looking at Prostestia for a little bit now and have read their about page. What we know about them, even though we do remember coming across their Pulpit and the Pen website some years ago, is found on that page. While they bring some interesting stories to our attention, we are not … Continue reading General Comments- 2

Who Makes the Rules

There was a 'sponsored' article over at the Christian Post titled 'Morality and Atheism: Who Makes The Rules?' but we are not going to discuss the points made in the article. Instead, we are merely going to deal with the question the title contains. In this modern world, it is hard to know who makes … Continue reading Who Makes the Rules