A legislative thank you note

When was the last time you wrote a thank you note? The question crossed my mind after a recent conversation with a friend who takes this practice seriously. Verbal appreciation is taken a step further when it can be captured in written form, and there is one group I particularly want to say “thank you”Continue reading “A legislative thank you note”

Using your voice

As a young pastor, I was cautious about becoming overly involved in politics. I didn’t want to alienate anyone, and I certainly didn’t want to get off on the wrong foot in my new church. But the mistake came when I avoided such conversations so much that I was reluctant to speak on social issuesContinue reading “Using your voice”

Where are we going?

I love to hop in the car and drive without a particular destination in mind. Maybe one or two stops are rolling around in my head, but the potential of discovering new places and things is part of the fun. When it comes to leadership, however, most of your followers will want to know whereContinue reading “Where are we going?”

Thank you for defending the unborn

My parents taught me to say thank you when someone does the right thing. Our elected officials often hear from us, as they should, when they put into law practices that are immoral. They should also hear from us when they have modeled for us the courage to do what is morally right, especially whenContinue reading “Thank you for defending the unborn”

Friends needed to save lives of babies

The Bible teaches that being a friend to someone in need is a pretty big deal. Proverbs 17:17 says, “A friend loveth at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.” John 15:13 shows us that, “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” BeingContinue reading “Friends needed to save lives of babies”