I See Color…But What Can I Do?

Recently a ”good, Jesus -loving” gentleman came to me after one of my English Dominant Latino presentations and said to me “Hector, I don’t see color.” I answered “Wow your sunsets must be boring!” I was not trying to be offensive or trite, it’s just that God made us different colors and we should recognize […]

How to Survive An Election Year

I saw a sweet, elderly lady Sunday morning and asked how she was doing. She replied that she couldn’t complain. But she didn’t stop there. She grinned and added, “Oh, I could! But I’m choosing not to.” I want to be more like her. We could all whine about the state our nation is in […]

Take Me To Your Leader

In the old Sci-Fi movies and comic books of my youth, every time an alien stepped out of their spaceship, their first words (inexplicably in English) were, “Take me to your leader.” Since there’s never been alien actual landing of space aliens (my apologies to Roswell and X Files fans), we really don’t know what […]

March Theme: Christianity and Politics

I cannot tell you how many times I have seen posts on social media start with, “I don’t normally talk politics, but…” It seems the current political condition in the United States is not looked upon favorably by many and is inspiring many to write about something they typically avoid. Some fear that this is […]

February Wrap Up: What Constitutes Lines of Fellowship?

As we wrap up the February issue I want to spend a few moments considering what the New Testament teaches us about who is in and who is out and how tightly we draw our lines. The Bible teaches us many things and it is quite important that we pay close attention to what we […]