Tag Archive: marriage

Dumpster children and mandatory marriage

Tomorrow I will be voting for candidates whom I believe are more likely than their opponent to uphold traditional values, and I implore you to do the same. In the fight for the… Continue reading

The hope of happiness

In the debate over same-sex marriage and homosexuality, just as in other issues about which people disagree, the answer to one question will mostly determine which side one will support:Or perhaps more specifically,… Continue reading

The love we need

She was poor and downtrodden. With little to call her own and even less hope for a better future, she felt virtually enslaved by her helplessness. But worse than this, she was disagreeable,… Continue reading

Faith that threatens

This is Part 9…blah, blah, blah…intro is here. When my husband and I married I was a Christian in name only and he not even. He had had some minimal involvement in church… Continue reading

What the world needs now

Dear Reader…thank you for every time, if even just once, that you have invested precious minutes and mental faculties in consuming what I have prepared in this blog. I am truly grateful and pray… Continue reading

We’re just not that into him

Churches are pretty packed at Christmas. Extra services are planned and extra chairs set up to accommodate those who normally sleep in. Pastors welcome the twice a year opportunity – Christmas and Easter… Continue reading

Simple mathematics is the key to happiness. Who knew?

Please enjoy this repeat with your turkey leftovers while I enjoy the rare company of my children and grandchildren. Your child was killed in a freak accident today.  It’s a shame you had… Continue reading

Christian commerce, conscience, and coercion

As I’ve been relaying my struggle to determine the godly decision regarding same-sex weddings at our party center (I’m now on part 3), I’ve imagined some of you thinking, what’s the big deal?… Continue reading

Exploring the rocky reefs

                    All aboard! 🙂 Thanks for joining me again on this potentially perilous passage to prudent professional policies and practices in a progressively prurient… Continue reading

Navigating Christian commerce in a secular society

If you consider yourself a gay rights supporter, I’d like to ask you a question: Do you or have you tried to understand what we Christian business owners struggle with regarding providing services… Continue reading

It takes a village? Only if we hand them over.

I find it ironic that those who are the most passionate about certain “rights” and freedoms…to marry someone of the same-sex, determine your own gender, take the life of your child in the… Continue reading

Feminists vs. the Patriarchy

If there’s one truth that would impact culture for good more than just about any other if it were more widely believed, accepted, and embraced, it’s this: males and females are quite different… Continue reading

#loveisontheropes

There’s so much I want to say about the recent Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage, and so many emotions in me vying for my attention and their release…anger, sadness, hope, despair. Everything… Continue reading

Simple mathematics is the key to happiness. Who knew? *

Your child was killed in a freak accident today.  It’s a shame you had to find out so coldly and matter-of-factly, but I had no other way of contacting you because your phone’s… Continue reading

The hope of happiness

In the debate over same-sex marriage and homosexuality, just as in other issues about which people disagree, the answer to one question will mostly determine which side one will support: Or perhaps more… Continue reading