The Past is Unsafe Camping Ground

So tempting it is to remember the times past, my past, when public discourse was gentle; when we all cared deeply about the well-being and rights of fellow citizens; when our leaders were humble but might servants; when we all unfailingly did the right thing . . ....
A Witness in the Midst of Terror

A Witness in the Midst of Terror

The all-American terrorist left a witness.* They described how nine souls, who in the midst of prayer and praise were slaughtered by one whom they had welcomed in the name of Christ to prayer and Bible study. Yet, the martyrs’ families – who could have reasonably...
What an Apology Sounds Like

What an Apology Sounds Like

An Apology A breath of fresh air this morning! The editorial in The Dallas Morning News reported on the steps some people took to heal an egregious wound – the inexcusable racist chant sung by former OU Students on their fraternity bus. It is worth reading. Thank God...