Category Archives: musings

Just Words / Just Words

By | June 22, 2015

Much of what is happening now in the world of the Internet and the media focuses on several issues: The deaths of nine saints in Charleston, South Carolina The demands to take down the Confederate Battle Flag (“CBF”) from the state capitol grounds in Columbia, South Carolina Now, not much has actually happened yet as… Read More »

The Love that Dares Not Be Declaimed

By | June 21, 2015

It is not inexplicable. Look up that word. It does not define what it happening. This was recently posted about Republican leaders who can’t tell us the truth about racism in America. It is a mystery. It is inexplicable. It is unfathomable. But it is completely explicable. It is completely understandable. You just have… Read More »

TyWanza Sanders

By | June 19, 2015

I want to share more about someone who was killed this week in Charleston. TyWanza Sanders. He was 26, a graduate from college, and a young man on the cusp of life. He was at the Bible study / prayer service with his aunt, Suzie Jackson, who was 87. When that white terrorist stood up… Read More »

Say Their Names

By | June 17, 2015

Say their names.Clementa Pinckney, 41.Pastor of the church.Shot dead.He was a state senator, a leader in the community.Nine people were shot and killed in his church.Say their names. Say their names.Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, 45.Reverend, coach, mother.Shot dead.She was the mother of three children attending a prayer meeting.Nine people were shot and killed in her church.Say their… Read More »

Just Say No to Non-Christian Customers, Right?

By | May 28, 2015

The problem with the recent issues with some Christian business owners refusals to serve gay couples is this: they’re going after the small stuff, the stuff that’s not really emphasized in the Bible, the stuff that’s just the background noise for the bigger stuff. Don’t like gay couples marrying? Fine, I understand. You don’t like… Read More »