thumb licks [3.14.12]

Fight sin is tiring. The gospel of art. 8 ways to protect your children from sexual abuse. 5 reasons God said “NO.” Why daylight savings time is pointless. Harold Camping admits sin and doomsday predictions. Be careful what you say to your pastor. Why imposters love church. 3 Little Pigs. If it were told today in today’s world. Kony 2012. I hope this movement does … Continue reading thumb licks [3.14.12]

human trafficking: modern slavery

“Trafficking” is modern-day slavery and is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world. Human trafficking is defined as the recruitment, transportation, harboring, or taking of people by means of threat, force, coercion, abduction, fraud, or deception for the purpose of exploiting them. The average age of entrance into sex trafficking is 13 years old. Members of every country and ethnic group perpetuate these crimes. It is … Continue reading human trafficking: modern slavery

what is man?

I am sure the untimely and inconvenient news was a shock to the two unwed teenagers the summer of 1979. The news, “You’re pregnant!” Abortion might have been an option, but both their Catholic parents discouraged it and encouraged the baby to be born. I am grateful my two parents decided on the side of life. Before my sister Samantha was born, my mother and … Continue reading what is man?

thumb licks [thanksgiving edition]

Building relationships before sharing Christ? Impossible! Making most of turkey day: thanksgiving on missions. Family Tensions and the holidays. World population grows to 7-billion. Our world has changed since the pilgrims landed on the rock. Samaritan’s Purse Gift Catalog. This Thanksgiving commit to give outside your family. A PLAN for giving generously. Big News: God reconciling the world to Himself. Are you moderately or extravagantly … Continue reading thumb licks [thanksgiving edition]

pray for the people of Japan

This morning a massive earthquake 8.9 in magnitude rocked the country Japan. There are still feeling the tremors, beginning to pick through the rubble, and evacuating to higher ground from a giant tsunami that followed the earthquake. A natural disaster of this size will take months and years to recover. Today, homes, families, and real peoples lives were severely changed. Let’s us lift up prayers … Continue reading pray for the people of Japan