The really trying times — difficult though they were — led to some very good things happening.
The question for the Christian is what does love of God and love of neighbor require? What does a true respect for the sanctity of life require?
Not according to some cranky church conservatives.
The other day, I heard a commercial on the radio that caught my attention. With Mother’s Day coming soon, I was especially interested.
Spring has sprung, and with it spring fever that has beckoned me to stay inside. Why, just the other day in a feverish pitch, I was bent on reorganizing and deep cleaning.
In my lifetime, I have visited a number of famous places. Among those are two places that have been destroyed, or at least partially destroyed.
“This is the message of Easter for my non-Christian friends,” says the Rev. C.W. Dawson Jr.
We’ve come a long way when it comes to the condition of life. We have far more comfort and convenience than at any other time in history. Yet, for all our technology, we still have not gained an inch in challenging that ancient Thief of Life.