Abortion has always been a highly debated topic in the United States and around the world. I put my initial concerns together in a previous post when the SCOTUS ruling was first leaked. You can read that here, A Christian’s Perspective to the ongoing Abortion Controversy As a proponent of the pro-life movement, I feel... Continue Reading →
God-like Mental Gymnastics: First Breath Argument
I wrote a post regarding my view and my concern about the recent SCOTUS ruling regarding Roe vs. Wade. It also includes a few of my thoughts on how to move forward (i.e. making men accountable, etc.). You can read that here, A Christian's Perspective to the ongoing Abortion Controversy. Earlier this week, I was... Continue Reading →
The Crazy Man in the Pew
I'm sure I cannot be the only one. But maybe I am. You know, the one guy (or gal) standing in the pew—or row nowadays—singing at the top of his lungs, but doesn't really emote much of a sound? Yep, that's me. My "top of his lungs" is really a faint whisper. You should be... Continue Reading →
I’m Writing A Book
I took a bold leap of faith to put pen to paper—well, thought to keystroke—and write a book. I have two that I’m working on. The first is a nonfiction book that was inspired by a blog post and encouraged by a realtor friend. Thank you, Jane!!! I’m about one-third complete; however, I put that... Continue Reading →
Newly Married with a New Home
Being newly married with a new home exposes the many responsibilities that you may not have thought about on your life’s journey. [NOTE: This first appeared on Medium.com on May 163, 2022, as I was testing a new platform] Doing chores and being responsible was the bane of your existence when you were a teenager... Continue Reading →
Rehearsal Dinner Wedding Speech
The following is the rehearsal dinner wedding speech given by groom’s father [NOTE: This first appeared on Medium.com on May 13, 2022, as I was testing a new platform] Background As the father of the groom, I find my role to be very interesting as I begin to welcome a new daughter into the family.... Continue Reading →
A Christian’s Perspective to the ongoing Abortion Controversy
Can a Christian have a compromising view when it comes to abortion? [NOTE: This first appeared on Medium.com on May 8, 2022, as I was testing a new platform] Introduction In light of the recent SCOTUS leak, I wanted to put my thoughts together and share what is on my heart. In advance of reading,... Continue Reading →
Balance: Not a New Year’s Resolution
New Year’s resolutions fail. Don’t set yourself up for failure. Think smart, think simple and jumpstart your year. Choose a single word! [NOTE: This first appeared on Medium.com on January 11, 2022, as I was testing a new platform] It’s been nearly two weeks since we celebrated New Year’s 2022. By now, nearly 30% of... Continue Reading →
Dealing with Suicide as a Christian
How to mourn with the mourners and give living hope to the ones left behind [NOTE: This first appeared on Medium.com on January 6, 2022, as I was testing a new platform] The Statistics Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States with over 47,500 deaths in 2019. That is one... Continue Reading →
Christmas, The Mythicists and The Christ Myth Theory
The Christ Myth Theory is not new, but a renewed energy not only denies Jesus’ Lordship, but the historical Jesus did not exist. [NOTE: This first appeared on Medium.com on January 4, 2022, as I was testing a new platform] Contents IntroductionConversation BackstoryMythicists and the Christ Myth TheoryRecorded Live Stream: Man or Myth? Did Jesus... Continue Reading →
Preparedness Series: Fire
Fire is extremely critical to your survival. In our Survivalist Preparedness Series, we provide recommendations for various fire solutions and starters.
Preparedness Series: Water
Water is extremely critical to your survival. In our Survivalist Preparedness Series, we provide recommendations for long-term water storage.
Preparedness Series: Beyond The Emergency Fund
It is important to have an emergency fund. But, what comes next? In this survival preparedness series, we'll cover items such as food, water, fire, protection, first aid, etc. to help ensure you and your family can survive for weeks or months in the event of a prolonged disaster.
When Bad Advice Meets… Well, It’s Just Bad Advice
The best time to start saving for your retirement is today. Do not wait and do not listen to bad advice that may say you can afford to wait. That is just bad advice.
Book Review: The Simple Path To Wealth
Stephen Legler's Book Review on Simple Path To Wealth by JL Collins
Side Hustle Series: Commercial Drone Pilot (FAA 107 Certification)
What is needed to fly your drone for commercial, money paying engagements? You will need to become a certified FAA 107 sUAS Commercial Pilot. This post provides an overview on how to make this a reality for you.
Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing
If you are interested in incorporating affiliate marketing into your blog, check out Michelle's course - Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing - which provides the lessons she used to go from $0 to $50,000 per month in affiliate income.
Book Review: Set For Life
Stephen Legler's Book Review on Set For Life by Scott Trench
Miss Jane Pittman Leaves Behind a Legacy
Cicely Tyson passes away. She portrayed Miss Jane Pittman which left an impact on so many over the decades. You will be missed Cicely. You will always be Miss Jane Pittman to me.
Side Hustle Series: Fiverr – Freelance Contractor
How to get started as a Freelance Contractor with the popular FIVERR service.