Yesterday, I received this note from a gentleman who is reading Worthy. His application both touched and challenged me: Continue reading “One Man’s Response to “Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women””
“‘Our criminals need justice’ is a bottom-feeder mentality.” So stated Candace Owens in her now-deleted tweeted. Thought she deleted it (without comment), that sentiment is, unfortunately, all too common.
We hear it in those jokes about “prison justice” when someone assures us that a rapist or child-molester will “get justice” in the form of rape, beatings, or murder at the hands of other inmates. We heard it when a fellow inmate murdered Jeffery Dahmer.
But Candance Owens is wrong. “Our criminals need justice” is not a “bottom-feeder mentality.” It’s a biblical mentality and mandate. Continue reading ““Our Criminals Need Justice” is Not a “Bottom-Feeder Mentality””
There are plenty of mothers and daughters in the Bible. But why are there so few mother-daughter relationships mentioned in the Bible, especially compared to mothers and sons? That’s the question a follower posed to me on Twitter last week. While editing a Mother’s Day sermon video, he noticed all the examples of mothers involved a male child. He wondered if there are examples of a mother valuing daughters. Here’s how I replied: Continue reading “The Mother-Daughter Team That Changed the World”
The world is debating whether you should wear your mask and gloves.
So, why not make a parody about masks and gloves using one of Bob Dylan’s best songs?