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Joni’s Hollywood “Not-Friends”


  Joni Eareckson-Tada is one of the world’s most admired Christian women. Most of us know her story of how at age seventeen she dived into shallow water and hit a rock that severed her spine. [...]

A Day We Shouldn’t Forget (But not just for the reason you think)


I remember it like it was yesterday. It was late Friday afternoon in Mrs. Farrell’s sixth-grade class at the old Sealey Elementary School on 7th Avenue in Tallahassee. A guy named Joe and I were having [...]

A P.C. Pope?


Last week the world’s news media had a field day with a recent interview Pope Francis gave to La Civilta Cattolica (The Catholic Civilization) a Rome based Journal for Jesuit priests. In the interview the Pope [...]

Far Eastern Thought and Sacred Ground In Lilburn, Ga.


Sacred and holy ground is found in Georgia? It is according the local Atlanta, Ga., channel 11 Alive news team. This morning (Friday, August, 2), 11 Alive broadcast its early morning wakeup show from the town [...]

Remembering a Tallahassee Hero


When I was a boy, about 50 years ago now, there was an outstanding football player in my hometown of Tallahassee. Johnnie Stephens was not real big but nonetheless excelled at football and baseball for Leon High School. Later, [...]

Time to Call Evil EVIL!


The recent events in Boston have again raised the level of consciousness in America about the continuing (and growing) threat of radical Jihadist Islam. It amazes me, however, how the present administration and many in the [...]

Meet the New Pope- Same as the Old Pope


Unless you have been hiding in a cave in Antarctica for the past week, you already know that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected on Wednesday, March 13th as the new Pope of the [...]

Not Just Another Day in February


Today is Thursday, February 28th, 2013. It is in most ways like any Thursday in winter except that it has a few unusual points of remembrance for people like us who are interested in Worldview issues. [...]

“The Life of Pi”- Take Your Kids, but Don’t Just Leave it There!


My wife and I just got home from seeing Ang Lee’s incredible new film “The Life of Pi.” I encourage you to see it and take your older children and teens (about age 10 and up [...]

The Day After


The elections are finally over! And, whether or not your favorite candidates won, like me, on one level you are probably relieved it is all over.  For the past year it seems all we heard about was [...]