This poem is about the kindness to a compulsive gambler that helps him or her turn her life around
I often find myself dreaming of accomplishing amazing feats and wonders, and part of me wonders whether or not that is a good thing. These are my thoughts.
When I was growing up any talk of religion simply meant discussing the teachings of the various denominations within Christianity. Today our next door neighbour might be a Jew or a Muslim or a member of any of the many world religions. For the first time we are seeing that there is li...
As a Christian my faith is very important to me, but I often find it difficult to follow God when I see so much pain in this world. I have a question for God.
This is an elegy to a friend that, although he is alive, he has had his life ruined by an abusive and destructive family.
This is a song of myself poem (formatted off of Walt Whitman's Songs of Myself).
The Classic Review is a weekly review that highlights classic and influential works of literature, summarizing them and denoting key points. This week's Classic Review will be done on Dietrich Bonhoeffer's The Cost of Discipleship. Reviews are published every Thursday.
A look into the life of C.S. Lewis and what brought about his conversion to Christianity.
India's glorious heritage and inherent greatness lie in conservation ethics as represented in and conveyed by the Vedas and Charaka Samhita. Our ancient scriptures have stressed that man and nature need to live in close harmony.
Wrote this on April 18, 2013. Just my beliefs and thoughts on my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, what this world is coming to and what I believe should happen so that more people can be saved.
In, "The Wisdom Jesus." Episcopal priest and scholar Cynthia Bourgeault presents Jesus as a teacher of transformation who demonstrated the way to unity consciousness.
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A Christian poem about the love and care that Christ puts into his creation and his promise of eternal life.
There are days where we feel disregarded and alone. Maybe we were wronged or we come to realize our own short comings. Once then, we can only look guidance much like a sheep looks toward his shepherd.
April the 23rd is St George's Day here in England. A day to celebrate everything English, and to acknowledge the Patron Saint of our country..but how did it all begin? Let me take you to a distant land of Dragons and Knights in shining armour, and fair damsels in distress..
This is a poem about the centurion who crucified Christ.
The only real blind person at Christmas-time is he who has not Christmas in his heart. -Helen Keller-
Just some thoughts I've been having the last few days!
Whenever I write articles supporting gays and lesbians, I invariably receive comments from fundamentalist "Christians" that I am supporting something the Bible - and God - unequivocally state is an "abomination." I've since discovered there are a lot more things the Bible - and God - ...
St Patrick's Day on March 17th, holds a very special place in the heart of every Irish man, woman and child. It is a time of celebration, of honouring their rich Irish Ancestry..but how and where did it first begin...? You might be surprised at what history reveals..
My personal experience with the power of prayer and how it changed me!
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the grace-filled season of Lent. This holy season invites Christians to repent for their sins. But, if all people of the world accepted this invitation to repentance, it would bring about a revolution of a different kind.
The one thread that unites all major world religions.
Thoughts on the meaning and mystery of life and what follows it.
The ineffectiveness of our government and the general disorder of our society is largely due to Christians. This article in a few words explains why.