Communism is evil… right? Maybe.
To understand me, you’ve got to know something about basketball.
The deaths of Chester Bennington, Chris Cornell, and Scott Weiland point to some hard truths about the lives we once led.
“You will learn that other people just don’t have the freedoms that we have here,” she said.
People — not Millennials, not Baby Boomers, not Gen-Xers — are the key.
The weakness inherent in most of the millennial-bashing “literature” can be brought out with a single question: Who are the parents of the so-called millennials?
America is its own world, that’s for sure. When I lived in the states, there were lots of things I never thought about — I just assumed they were the way things are done, period. However, when I moved overseas, I discovered that there were many things that are simply different abroad. This list is […]
You really must read this message I got through our Facebook page recently. Dear sir, I am a fourth year student at the college of human sciences, with my concentration in communications sciences. I am currently working in my internship with City Television station, and we are shooting one episode in which my assignment is […]
Over the course of a ministry year, there are obvious ups and downs. Certain times in the year lend themselves to large-scale promotions and bringing in new contacts, and other times are better for going deeper with the relationships that one already has. The goal, through it all, is to build a strong community, strengthened […]
What can I say — I’m a fan. If you are from Atlanta, I know, you’ve heard it all by now. Why did they keep throwing the ball? Why didn’t they just take their time? I won’t get into dissecting the Super Bowl here, but I will direct your attention to a few lessons that I […]