Raffy’s Tweet Hasn’t Fooled Anybody

I’m not done with Georgia’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger. If you are going to use your faith like a credit card, you must be prepared to pay the bill. In the South, saying you are born again implies that we can depend on you to do the right thing, to tell the truth, and…

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Fresh Vision

God gave me a vision over twenty years ago. When you know it’s from God, then the vision remains fresh and vivid every day, even though you may have duties and relationships that require your attention and love. We can do ALL things through Christ who strengthens us.   My wife of forty eight years…

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Some Theology Stinketh

Some Theology Stinketh

When I was a teenager there was a boy at school who had a crush on me. I did not reciprocate those feelings. He got a group of guys together one Saturday night and used over 100 rolls of toilet paper to “decorate” our house. But they also took limburger cheese and smeared it across…

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Here Is a Place to Start

The question I have been asked the most often since last November is this: “What can I do to help?” Being keenly aware of what happened, of how the fundamental American right of one man, one vote was betrayed to gain an unjust outcome, millions of good Americans want to do whatever they can to…

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On Point Prayer

On Point Prayer

When people ask for prayer, I’m sure it is with the best intentions. But the way they ask may not be yielding the best results. I’ve done it, maybe you have too…I’m talking about vague requests or ”the unspoken prayer” petition. Here is the problem with that: faith begins where the will of God is…

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Is the Georgia Audit a Big Deal or Not?

People have asked me about the audit that has been ordered by the court for about 141,000 questionable mail-in ballots in Georgia. Folks want to know if this is much-ado about nothing or if this has teeth. The short answer is this audit definitely has teeth.   It’s the whole enchilada, not only in the…

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The Storytellers Daughter Pt. 7 (Pearls of Wisdom)

My dad used to tell everyone, “I was born an old man.”  Of course he wasn’t born an old man, but he was born with the wisdom of an old man.  People would come to him with their problems, and my dad would know just the right thing to say.  Sometimes he would pray for…

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America Is Coming Back—You Can Feel It

When Phil Mickelson won the PGA, becoming the oldest player ever to win a major, it was one of the all-time great sports moments, but it was more than that. It was also a great American moment, not so much because it was patriotic but because it wasn’t anti-patriotic. Unlike the NBA and Major League…

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