Monthly Archives: July 2015

Plain Talk is the Language of Common Sense

Whatever happened to “plain talk”? For generations, our culture was served well by leaders, teachers, pastors and parents who knew the value of “plain talk”. It wasn’t mean-spirited or hateful (at least most of the time), it was the pursuit of … Continue reading

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Being Grieved Over Sin Doesn’t Make You a Bigot

There’s a collective sadness sweeping over our beloved country. It isn’t hate-filled, small-minded, or nostalgic; it’s grief. It’s a genuine, heart-felt, deep-in-the-soul sigh over legal affirmation of sin. Of course that statement probably offends some, but the desire isn’t to … Continue reading

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