November 15 – Responsibility for Your Actions – Good and Bad

319 – Responsibility for Your Actions – Good and Bad #faithbites #faithjourney responsibility About two to three inches of pearly white snow covered central Illinois this morning. It is beautiful unless you have to travel, shovel, or go anywhere. A perfect day to stay home, sit by the fire, drink hot chocolate, and rest. But alas, […]

November 10 – Let It Go For Peace

314 – Let It Go For Peace #faithbites #faithjourney peace I don’t know about you, but I tend to be an easy going guy. I try to love people and help where I can. But sometimes, people do stupid things (in my opinion)) and it just sticks in my craw. They say something or do something […]

November 5 – The Biblical View on Voting

309 – The Biblical View on Voting #faithbites #faithjourney Voting Tomorrow is Election Day in the United States. It’s a chance for us to vote for our next set of leaders. Many are disillusioned with the voting process, our government, and how the country is going. Many think if you don’t vote, the country is […]

October 22 – What is a Christian?

295 – What is a Christian? #faithbites #faithjourney Christian If I asked you, what was a Christian, could you answer? Would you say you were one or would you say you are a Lutheran or Catholic or Protestant or one of the multitudes of sub-denominations out there? I posted something on facebook today regarding the rules […]

October 17 – Neverending Questions

290 – Neverending Questions #faithbites #faithjourney neverending That’s the average number of questions a 4 year old asks per day. That’s quite a few question. Add to that an inquisitive eight year old and who knows how many questions that is. As a parent, I answer as many questions as I can. It seems that […]

October 6 – The Leaders We Deserve?

279 – The Leaders We Deserve? #faithbites #faithjourney Leaders A new Supreme Court Justice confirmed. In 30 days we will vote for local, state, and national representatives. 758 days from now we will elect our next president. In between those formal elections, we will make numerous appointments to leadership positions. But what does our selection […]

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