Freedom — Tea and Scriptures

Freedom by Darrell Evans is the song for the week. July 4th is known as Independence Day, the day we Americans celebrate our freedom. Many risked their lives and some died for our freedom to choose how we want to govern ourselves. We thank them beyond measure for their sacrifice. It is amazing that God […] […]

The Revolution Will Be Colorized

Travel blogger Darmon Richter chronicles the Colourful Revolution, aka “the ridiculously photogenic revolution happening in Macedonia right this minute.” via Skopje’s ‘Colourful Revolution’: Fighting Tyranny with Street Art — Discover

My Hiding Place — Tea and Scriptures

You Are My Hiding Place by Selah is the song for the week. I have been praying over many things going on in the world lately. In the past six months, this world has witnessed tornadoes, floods, fires, devastation, and death. Although we don’t understand what is going on, we can rest assured that our […] […]

A Gentle Reminder on How Democracy Works

British stocks are plunging into their biggest crash since the 2008 financial crisis https://t.co/cNjYXW01sI #Brexit pic.twitter.com/oNzUkBjV35 — CNN (@CNN) June 24, 2016 "In total, more than $2 trillion in value had been wiped out in global stock markets by Friday morning" https://t.co/BXxv2nEV2c — Scott Hanselman (@shanselman) June 24, 2016 Spoke to 'Leave' voters who say […]

Scalzi on Brexit

Why, yes! Yes, I do! Bear in mind that the United Kingdom is not my state, and there may be some subtleties to the arguments for and against the UK leaving the European Union that I don’t get. Nevertheless I’ve been following the back and forth for a few months, not only out of my… via […]

Woe, Canada

Well, this is troubling. It’s from a National Review op-Ed about Canadian municipal government run amok… Orr’s words seem especially prophetic now, at a time in a hockey-loving nation where dark, bureaucratic winds are blowing, swirling around that most sacred of hockey symbols: the shinny rink. Be it in a backyard, a front yard, or […]

The North Texas Christmas Tornadoes

I’ve had to reassure my fiancée that spending Christmas with me is not this adventurous. We spent roughly 2 hours inside of Wal-Mart in Garland, TX on Saturday evening, 12/26/2015. Not because we’re big fans of the place, but because we had 2 tornado warnings issued. If you’ve ever wondered what Wal-Mart’s severe weather protocol […]

What I Love Most About Christmas

There’s one thing I love most about Christmas. And it’s not what you think. It’s not the gifts. It’s not the food. Nope, the thing I love about Christmas the most…is the mess. But that’s because it’s not just any old mess. I’m talking about the kind of mess that you can only get from […]