The Battle is the Lord’s! Mark your Calendars for August 4!
Radically liberal Democrats control most of our government; their power seems almost unstoppable. With Al Franken in the senate, a filibuster proof majority is pretty much achieved. Just about everything we have come to know as “American” is in danger. Fighting along traditional political lines is a necessary endeavor, but I fear that in and of itself it will prove to be insufficient. The odds | Read More »
When reading the following verses from Lamentations (of the “New American Bible”), I can’t help but think of those who recently celebrated in Chicago’s Grant park: The joy of our hearts has ceased, Our dance has turned into mourning. The garlands have fallen from our heads; Woe to us, for we have sinned! Over this our hearts are sick, At this our eyes grow dim: | Read More »
Election Reflections of an Expectant Mother
Perhaps it was due to getting married, settling down, and the thoughts of starting a family, but in the year 2000, the moral significance of the presidential election seemed of particular importance to me. My husband and I prayed fervently for God to have mercy on our country. The fact that we had to wait six weeks for an answer seemed to add credence to | Read More »