A Diatribe on the Kelly File

Megyn Kelly’s diatribe at Newt Gingrich on the Kelly File illustrates a     festering wound in our culture. The sexual revolution that endorses sex outside of marriage has hurt many women. Feminists have embraced an idea of equality that does not take into account the differences in nature that men and women possess. What… Continue reading A Diatribe on the Kelly File

A Sweet Reward in the Garden

It is always a special delight to find fall raspberries as I clean up the   backyard. I savor the sweet treat and bring a few inside to share. Wilting vines A layer of leaves, Flash of red Ripe fall raspberries I am giving thanks for the glory of autumn, designed by our Creator! Sharing… Continue reading A Sweet Reward in the Garden

American History: Revive Us

This past week my husband and I attended Revive Us, a live event at theaters. As a part of the presentation Kirk Cameron and Eric Metaxas took us to Independence hall in Philadelphia, where our nation began. Our founding fathers understood the importance of faith in God in the pursuit of liberty. On March 23,… Continue reading American History: Revive Us

Celebrating Life on Planned Parenthood’s Anniversary

As Planned Parenthood celebrates their 100 year anniversary, I choose to mourn the lives lost and the wounds that many women carry. Although Planned Parenthood portrays itself as woman’s health care,  its most      lucrative business is abortion. It masquerades as compassionate care. I give thanks for the growing number of pregnancy care centers… Continue reading Celebrating Life on Planned Parenthood’s Anniversary

The Lack of Respect for Women

Words. Ugly references to women. It is hard to listen to the political mud slinging. Trump’s words revealed on a recording were vulgar and cannot be condoned. These words have opened wounds that many women carry. Our culture is saturated in sex. I wonder if we are ready to assess the damage that has been… Continue reading The Lack of Respect for Women

Truth that Keeps Us Steadfast

Sometimes the waves of events happening this election season knock me over and I have to catch my breath.   Then I remember that  God  is      sovereign. He has given us his word with timeless truth. I am glad to be studying the book of Romans. Last Sunday we had a guest speaker… Continue reading Truth that Keeps Us Steadfast

Is Birth a Human Rights Issue?

The first debate between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump left me with a sense of incompleteness. Some of the questions posed by the moderator had little relevance to current issues in the United States. After the debate I wrote a letter that was published on the editorial page of our     local newspaper. Here… Continue reading Is Birth a Human Rights Issue?