Parenting by Proxy?
Lately, I’ve noticed a disturbing trend among some groups of parents who are worried about the influence of movies, music, and other forms of media on their children’s minds. They claim that these media sources are trying to indoctrinate their children with agendas that go against their own values and morals. They protest against companies…
You’re Invited: A $1.50 Costco Lunch
I recently saw a post on Facebook that posed the following query “If you could take any three people to lunch at Costco for their $1.50 hot dog and a drink, who would you take? I found it interesting to scan through the comments that people made. Costco began this practice in 1985 and has…
Crisis of Imagination
My wife, Kacie, and I have been travelling a decent amount over the last two weeks. Currently, we are in London. London is one of those cities that feels like a second home to us in many ways, because we have spent enough time here to have a normal routine when we visit. Yesterday morning,…
The Sin of Partiality
In his epistle, James writes to fellow believers “if you show partiality, you are committing sin and are convicted by the Law as violators (James 1:9) This is a part of a longer passage (James 1:1-13) in which he upbraids his readers for showing favoritism or partiality between individuals, saying that doing so is a…
What Do We Create?