The Holiday of Holidays

While I catch up on sleep after attending this concert, I thought of a new word–of course, I think it’s been said before, but who cares? It’s so perfect for this holiday season! I love it! It really brings us all together for the holidays in one heart and one soul! Christmakwanzahannukah will be a day celebrated by all people. … Read More

The Grinch Strikes Again

Have you ever seen the Grinch? You know, that green sinister looking thing that decides to steal Christmas? That’s the one. Whenever you watch him jump down the chimney and steal all those great toys from Santa, you really just want to knock his block off. But he succeeds and takes all the toys back to his cave. It’s a … Read More

ACLU: Sue Jonesboro School For Prayer

The ACLU is an organization that, personally, I do not like. But in some cases, their views need to be considered. Could they be right in certain circumstances? More than likely. But their hawk-eyes on school systems, and our culture in general, is usually appalling as we see overzealous work in eliminating religion. This elimination is impossible, because so-called “no … Read More


On this day of Thanksgiving, let’s move beyond the turkey-day fanatics who run our schools, and focus on true history. True history that began with the Pilgrims, who landed in New England, facing a strange new land, still “fell upon their knees and blessed the God of heaven who had brought them over this vast and furious ocean.” These men … Read More

Little Thoughts And Reminders

As I was reading the Rebelution today, I was thinking about their latest post. And as I sat their, I realized that no one can see the blog they were talking about. But actually, you can. Well, at least the front page. When you click on the links, you will understand my meaning. I also happened to notice the surge … Read More

“It was an intentional murder, I intended to shoot them, and I did.”

Those were the words of David Ludwig, 18-year-old killer from Lancaster County, PA. Ludwig confessed to the killings, saying he shot the parents after the father told him to stop seeing his daughter, according to the filing. Ludwig said he shot Michael Borden in the back as he was going down the hallway to the front door and then headed … Read More

I’m Thankful For Bandwidth

You may have noticed that I exceeded my “bandwidth” for the month of November a week and a half early. That’s two months in a row and probably the third or fourth time this year. What exactly does this mean? Mainly, I owe more money to StillThinking (but my 5 year old brother assured me that I’m “rich” so I … Read More

The Taste Of Freedom

This letter is one that you must not and can not miss. From a platoon in 101st Airborne in Iraq…they want their message spread. Ladies and gentleman I ask you this. What if you lived in a country that wasn’t free? What if someone told you when you could have heat, electricity, and water? What if you had no sewage … Read More

I Wish I Was

The past few days I have been thinking about a lot of things, and much has been on my mind. But the main focus of my thoughts have been on humility. Humility is something that I cannot claim to have. Sometimes I don’t even want to work on it–I put it aside and decide that I will take the consequences … Read More

The World Revolves Around Me

Interesting thoughts from Slice of Laodicea: The very successful Women of Faith Conferences spawned the Revolve Tour for teenage girls. This is funded by Thomas Nelson, that publishing house that produces the Revolve Teen girls Bible-zine. Bible-zines are supposedly a tool to get teens to read the Bible so they put Scriptures in a format that looks like Cosmo or … Read More