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?
In the county where I reside, a local election is heating up for this November. The candidates are running ads in the local newspaper. There are signs. There are bumper stickers. There are hats and shirts. The political games have commenced, and the candidates are jockeying for position (literally their placement on the ballot as … Continue reading You Never Know
Recently, the conversation of perfection came up with the students of my church. We were discussing the perception of the church as a place of hypocrites versus the idea of the church as a bunch of sinners saved by grace. This conversation reminded me of when I played basketball in high school. My coach instituted … Continue reading Contradiction of Perfection