Category Archives: religion

Gay Marriage, the Church, and the Jesus Response

I was so thankful yesterday to get a Facebook inbox message from a friend who was concerned about the current argument in America over gay marriage. Like many Christians, she was concerned about the moral failure of the country. She had been watching Facebook and so have I. I too, have seen many comments like, “Why don’t people see what… Read more »

Cats and Church

We have a cat problem. We have KitKat, our orange two year old kitty who is scared of his own shadow. He stays in the garage. He’s scared of all of us, but will let you pet him when you give him food. Recently, we have added two strays. Pearl, who is jet black and is lovable and kind. He’s… Read more »

The Followers of Harold Camping, Pastors in Peril, and Pride

I suppose you know by now that the world is coming to an end on Saturday. That’s the prediction made by Family Radio’s Harold Camping. True believers will be raptured and those left behind will be in for six months of terror. Camping’s followers have been traveling the country spreading the word for a while now distributing tracts, putting up… Read more »

My Favorite Theatrical Preachers: With Video Goodness

After a discussion with Cynthia recently, I realized that some of my favorite movies and television shows have some pretty crooked ministers in them. At the heart of it, you know you really want a pastor/preacher with a mix of all these men. Admit it. It’s okay. Sure, you want a man who preaches reformed theology. But you want him… Read more »