While listening to our Senior Pastor’s sermon (34:00 minute mark) this past Sunday at church, he said something that I could not help noting. The word “asymptomatic”. He described how this word has become a staple in modern vocabulary. In the COVID-19 era this word has been thrown around a lot. Some use it for … Continue reading Are You Asymptomatic?
Over the past few months, the news has been flooded with stories about racism, police reform, justice, protests, and rioting all over the country. Much of this has been turned into political banter and ammunition, and political candidates are using it as campaign platforms. In a nearby city, there are candidates for both mayor and … Continue reading Be Careful Little Eyes What You See
We are just a couple of weeks away from the November General Election here in the United States of America, and it is getting a bit crazy. The second presidential debate was held last night. The U.S. House of Representatives in my district is predicted to be a close race. And most people do not … Continue reading The Problem with Negative Campaigning