Praying for the Dead

I grew up Southern Baptist where we didn't typically pray for the dead. We prayed for the sick and we would pray for the people left behind after death, but prayers for the dead just didn't happen. It was as if they had played the cosmic game of Pac-Man and once they got eaten by... Continue Reading →

Separating Families at Our Borders

I love my country. I don't always love what our representatives do. Case in point - our immigration policies. We claim to be a Christian country, but yet we are separating one of the most sacred units we have as Christians. Our family units are precious and we should treat EVERYONE'S family unit as such.... Continue Reading →

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