This past year has given us a glimpse of what it is like to live in uncertain times. If anything, the coronavirus should have shown
Learning to live life well is something that can and should be started at an early age. The ramifications of how it can affect a person is written all over our faces.
In our estimation, applying the Pareto principle to our nation’s coronavirus response offers a much safer and a more useful set of solutions, maximizing the number of lives saved while ensuring the “cure” isn’t worse than the disease itself. “Therefore, encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11
Have you ever wondered why some Christians are so fanatical, unwavering, and seemingly unquestionable in their support of politicians and their causes?
“Once you have learned to recognize and experience God’s presence, you know that it is so worth waiting on Him. You know that you do not want to live without Him, or even assemble without the expectation that He will be there to bless and renew His people, convict and bring salvation to sinners, heal the brokenhearted, and to set the captives free. This life of serving Him is anything but boring when we come to know who He is and the power of our salvation.” Lois Burgher
Recently, I was watching the first season of the Disney show, ‘The Mandalorian,‘ when I kept hearing the phrase, ‘this is the way,’ being repeated.