Current events and cultural hot topics can be very difficult to understand. The media, pop culture and uninformed loud people on social media all have opinions. But what's really going on? That's why I chose to go to a real expert.
Discrimination and Disparities
By Thomas Sowell
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No matter what you think of Dr. Peterson there is no doubt at all that he is a worldwide phenomenon with sold out speaking tours all around the Western world, YouTube and social media accounts in the millions of views each month as well as this … Continue Reading ››
Did the Exodus from the Bible actually happen? Many say there is no evidence, but what if the time frame that they were looking for evidence was wrong? That's what this documentary wants us to consider.
Patterns of Evidence: Exodus
by Timothy P. Mahoney
Thinking Man Films
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Jon Meacham understands Jefferson - the man - the politician - the statesman.
The Art of Power
by Jon Meacham
Thomas Jefferson - our third President. What a statesman - politician - but most of all an outstanding person firmly planted in his beliefs and … Continue Reading ››
This is an awesome book! Imagine a man with no arms and no legs has been told he is a security risk, once he is told this, he lets his friends know how to pray through and that God is in control and he will … Continue Reading ››
Can it really be that a simple mailer from a PAC to just a few thousand – or even hundred – citizens and they’ll vote? More than that: they’ll vote how you want them to? Apparently it is because it worked in the 2010 elections. … Continue Reading ››
Remember back when we had to walk to school, uphill both ways, with no shoes, in the snow and everyone said “Ma’am” and “Sir”, and not a single instance of back talking ever? I do. It was in my grandparent’s dreams.
A Mom's Twelve-Month Experiment to Rid Her Home of Youth Entitlement
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The true story of a young boy - age three - taken from his mother and placed in the clutches of a cruel foster home.
A Chance in the World
by Steve Pemberton
Steve cannot remember anything about his mother. He, however, hopes each day for … Continue Reading ››
It's 70 degrees with an early evening summer breeze. The trees in the garden are dancing with glowing lanterns. Large picnic tables, simply dressed, rest in the shade of the branches. On the patio, family and friends eagerly await the cuisine that has yet to … Continue Reading ››
There are tons of books that call Christians to live intentionally: have a plan, have a goal, work towards that goal. Mostly, these books deal with intentional Bible reading, church going, loving neighbors and so on. I've read books on how to watch movies, but … Continue Reading ››