We live in a dark world, but that path doesn’t need to lead us into darkness. God provides a way for us to walk in the light.
We need fathers to realize that responsibility does not end at conception. We need them to realize that what makes you a man is not the ability to have a child — it’s the courage to raise one.
It’s been said that you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. If that’s true at all, shouldn’t we be careful who those people are?
What’s your status update? Our status can constantly be changing, whether it is financial, social or societal, but there is one status update that lasts forever
Here are the 5 most important things I learned during my 4 years at college. What are the most important things you learned during your time?
‘Countries with McDonald’s within their borders do not go to war with other countries with McDonalds within their borders.’ – and other things that are no longer true.
Human beings are biased. We can’t help it. There are several things that contribute to this. Our upbringing and the information that we are taught by our environment contributes to our bias. Some cultures are based on class systems and unfortunately, it is normal in those cultures to teach people to judge others based on the classes they fall into. You may come from a culture like that. Some of you may experience bias and prejudice regularly in your daily life. People might judge you based on the country you are from or the color of your skin. Bias is but one way that sin manifests itself in the world today.
Did you know you can rent a friend now? A few months ago, I came across this website, Rentafriend.com. In addition to events that you might hire a friend for such as fun outings, activities and even dates for things like proms and weddings, they are encouraging “Virtual Friend Services” in order to comply with local Covid restrictions you might have in your area. So, you can pay people to hang out with you online and in person.
Mr. George Liele is definitely a name worth remembering as a fervent example of someone who did not let the difficulties that he faced impact his efforts for the growth and establishment of the Kingdom of God. During his lifetime, the majority of those to whom he proclaimed his message of freedom and salvation would continue to suffer under the bondage of slavery, but through his efforts and the power of the Gospel, they would find a freedom that is greater than any bonds of this earth.
This book presents a compelling case that without the influence of Christianity, the entire framework from which arguments about human rights are made wouldn’t exist.