The Power Of The Word

The Power Of The Word

I have told this story before but I just received a picture that I want to share with you and tell this story again so that you might learn from this humble and great man. Nathan Sharansky was a child prodigy at chess and became a physicist. He was the assistant to...
International Day of the Bible

International Day of the Bible

Twenty years ago, I was in Jerusalem at the Western Wall at 6:30 in the morning. When I walked through the Dung Gate, an entrance to the Old City, I heard the sound of thousands and thousands of people. I was shocked. I came to find out that Jews from all over the...
Death of the Innocent

Death of the Innocent

DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF THE 26 CHURCH GOERS OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SUTHERLAND, TX Churches, unfortunately, are soft targets for terrorists and others. This Sunday, 26 wonderful and innocent people lost their lives to a mentally deranged fool. They were at...
Public Bible Reading

Public Bible Reading

In our contemporary, post Christian world, reading the Bible publicly just seems too outdated. We are far too sophisticated for it and too intellectually progressive for such a public demonstration of faith. It’s okay to privately have your religion but surely, you...
Paula Fordice 1954-2017

Paula Fordice 1954-2017

I had the honor to attend the memorial service for Paula Fordice. She was the mother of my precious daughter in law, Alissa. Paula died after battling brain cancer. All of us prayed fervently for 7 months for her but God wanted Paula to be with Him. She passed away...
The Louvre Loves the Bible!

The Louvre Loves the Bible!

I was just going through some of my emails looking for something, when I stumbled upon a screenshot of the Louvre Museum’s Facebook page (Yes, that Louvre.), posting for the 2015 International Day of the Bible. I had the same reaction that you are probably having...