“Not my will, but thine, be done” – Luke 22:42
My recent post about Same-Sex Marriage in Minnesota was a call to action for those who stand with me regarding traditional marriage. It is our right and duty as citizens to let our state representatives know about our preferences for how they vote.
If you would like to know further background for why I disagree with same-sex marriage and why I am not against homosexuals, please consider reading this blog post “Traditional Marriage Matters” and watching the video above.
Parents: the world is ready to train your child with its “wisdom” and instill in your child its “values.” Are you unknowingly letting that happen or are you proactively instilling in your children the values and wisdom God wants them to have?
The same-sex marriage bill and accompanying “supportive schools” bill currently in our legislature’s hands will silence and punish those who believe marriage is a holy covenant between a man and a woman. Our freedom of religion and speech are at risk, as well as our professional and parental rights. For example, Christian facilities and businesses can be forced to host gay weddings; licensed professionals like doctors, lawyers, and therapists risk losing their professional licenses for refusing services like marriage counseling to gay couples; and employees can be fired for opposing gay marriage on their personal Facebook pages and twitter accounts. Read More…
Facebook, Twitter, email, texting… the list of ways we communicate with each other grows longer all the time. It’s important to remember, though, that no application or technological advancement could ever replace the value of a face-to-face conversation.
The Winner’s Minute is hosted by Mac Hammond, the senior pastor of Living Word Christian Center in Brooklyn Park, MN.
Have you ever felt under attack while communicating with someone? This is due to a negative style of communication the other person has developed. The way you respond to an “attacker” could mean the difference between success and failure in that relationship.
“There is no greater challenge than to have someone relying upon you; no greater satisfaction than to vindicate his expectation.” -Kingman Brewster