Q: I have night terrors when I sleep. When I wake up, I don’t have any memory of them. Yet, I don’t feel rested at night. Is there anything in the Bible that can be helpful? A: A friend of mine mentioned she too suffered from night terrors. My immediate thought went to Psalm 91:5, […]
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Writer Jana Greene finds some haunting similarities between hoarding chocolate and wine — “The big deal was that I’d forgotten that the void requiring filling was not shaped like a bottle or box of Chardonnay. The hole is not shaped like a Hershey bar. It is a God-shaped place that, in times of stress and need and worry and peace, can only be filled by Christ. It’s not “just a treat” if you are tormented by it.”
http://truth-out.org/opinion/item/20330-a-popes-pointed-message This is an excellent column about Pope Francis and his courageous stand against unregulated capitalism and consumerism and the toll it is taking on those in poverty. If he keeps this up, I think this could go a long way toward reviving Catholicism and making it relevant once again. Like the Republican Party […]
Are you an Idealist or a Cynic? How do you come to your worldview? David Scott reveals his home team philosophy.
“The newsroom was silent, except for the gentle clicking of keys and an occasional throat-clearing. I took a bite of the carrot I’d brought for a snack.
CRRHHRUNCH. The sound echoed through the open space filled with short-walled cubicles. ” Writer Jana Greene let out a little curse word. She asks if it’s OK for Christians to curse a little every now and then.
Ask Amazing Grace answers this question on God and fatherhood: “My whole life I have been abused either by my dad or another male figure. When I think of God as father, it does not comfort me. This makes it hard for me to trust God. Any thoughts?”
In honor of Veteran’s Day, David Scott writes about guidance given by some famous Americans on the meaning of true patriotism.
Moral Mondays leader, the Rev. William Barber II, executive director of North Carolina’s NAACP was one of 19 young activists honored on Bill Moyers’ blog, Moyers & Company.
Blogger Jana Greene gives this 1970′s Halloween reminiscence: “By the end of the evening, you returned home thoroughly winded – mostly from breathing in your own carbon dioxide – infused with the smell of plastic – from wearing your mask for hours. But, who needs oxygen when you have this much CANDY?”
“Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero,” have you seen it? If not, you should.