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Keeping The Faith

My beloved NC State Wolfpack beat Wake Forest Saturday night in thrilling fashion. After the game, running back Ricky Person, Jr said, regarding his breakout performance, “I’m speechless, honestly. I’ve battled through a lot of injuries throughout my career. I just kept faith in… Continue Reading “Keeping The Faith”

Listening to the right voices

Man, our world is noisy, isn’t it! Everywhere you turn someone, or some institution is speaking to — no, yelling at — you to get your attention. It seems that we all are like my friend Greg was when he froze in the middle… Continue Reading “Listening to the right voices”

Just Work it out

During a recent interview, Georgia Bulldog great Herschel Walker described his morning workout. It is simply amazing! Get this.  Every morning Herschel does between 1500 and 2000 pushups, between 3500 and 5000 sit ups, and over 500 dips.  What? Are you kidding me? That’s… Continue Reading “Just Work it out”

Just Hug a Tree

One of the popular movements of the 60’s and 70’s was to be more environmentally minded. “We need to save mother nature!” was the cry. Protests, rallies, and concerts joined the chorus. Nature must be preserved. Today, this movement has become political. Various candidates… Continue Reading “Just Hug a Tree”

PAtience is always required

It’s summertime and that means that many of us are using our grills regularly to cook food for our family and friends. There’s not much better than a hot, juicy cheeseburger grilled to perfection, is there?  In his cookbook, Boy Meets Grill, celebrity chef Bobby… Continue Reading “PAtience is always required”

What Has Happened to Grace?

Newton was right. Grace is truly amazing. We are much better off when we live in grace and extend it to others, for our world thirsts for it in ways it does not even recognize.

Dealing with a Crisis According to Jesus

From the beginning of March, we have been living in a continual crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects of social distancing policies. All of our students missed out on the last three months of their school year while our graduating seniors missed… Continue Reading “Dealing with a Crisis According to Jesus”

Christian Hope During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Recently, I’ve been asked, “Why are most Christians calm in the midst of the pandemic and yet anxious to return to Church?” The answer to these two great questions is really simple: Our hope extends beyond death. You see, death is not the end… Continue Reading “Christian Hope During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Joshua: The Final Part of A Complete Deliverance

The sixth book of the Bible is the first of the twelve historical books of the Old Testament. These twelve books tell the story of Israel’s entry into the Promised Land of Canaan under Joshua’s leadership, their subsequent inhabitance of the Land during the… Continue Reading “Joshua: The Final Part of A Complete Deliverance”

God is the Central Character in Deuteronomy

The fifth book of the Bible derives its name from a phrase taken from its seventeenth chapter. The future kings of Israel were “to make a copy of this [God’s] Law” which was to be read all the days of his life so that… Continue Reading “God is the Central Character in Deuteronomy”