*Guest Post by my Artist Friend, Sheila Here are my thoughts on this whole, "Let's sue because we can't get service thing." **This is not about a public or government services. This is about private businesses. Private businesses can and should be able to serve whomever they want to. As an artist, especially, myself or anyone … Continue reading Should Businesses Be Forced to Serve Everyone?
A RESPONSE to John Pavlovitz John Pavlovitz's original article was posted on his blog. It was very stirring & made me think. Thanks, John! Sometimes I wonder if I will have gay children. I wonder if any of them will end up divorced, wealthy, in a live-in relationship, abused, overseas, addicted, homeless, or if they will be married … Continue reading If I Have Gay Children
When I heard the news, I sat in sober silence for nearly a minute just pondering the repercussions. I wish down deep that they had ruled in favor of DOMA, yet when pondering the sovereignty of God and His glory that will come out of this (Romans 8:28), I'd have to say that I see at least two good things that should come of this...
Run to the history books and write a new entry. No matter your perspective, when the President of the United States announced his support of marriage for two people of the same sex, we crossed into uncharted waters as a nation. While Bible believers cringe and face growing fear, others of a more socially liberal persuasion celebrate victory.
Democrats and Republicans alike have gone hog-wild with big government. Americans really do need less - fewer taxes, fewer laws, fewer government agencies. Less is more. It will hurt us in the long run to have universal health care. We need to open the social security system up to private investing. (Think about it: Can I do any worse than what the government does managing my money?) Don’t buy into the rhetoric that we need another law or more funding. If you agree, just remember that less federal- and state-government will require more self-government of neighborhoods & communities.