We teach it to our children, “Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right”.

We’ve come to Genesis 34. Jacob has met Esau with much trembling of heart as he full expected his brother’s anger to burn hotter now than ever. In a rare case where time did heal the wound, Esau is not only so pleased to see Jacob that he cries on …

Featured Blogger for This Week’s 2nd Stop on Tour

Welcome to the Virtual Book Tour for, “A Year In Prayer With Jesus”!  Only two stops left on tour now! We are pleased to feature Dawnita Fogleman who will be hosting the second-to-last blog stop on August 2nd. Dawnita is the author of “Star Chronicles: A Bible-Based Study of the …

Featured Blogger for This Week’s 1st Stop on Tour

Welcome to the Virtual Book Tour for, “A Year In Prayer With Jesus”!  We have just three stops left on tour and this week has two of those blog stops. We are pleased to feature Jim Hughes again.  Jim has written a book entitled, “C Through Marriage” and he shares …

Are We Helping or Hindering the Message of the Gospel in Other’s Ears?

“The Name Quest” by John Avery, Pg 189 “God answers all those who call on Him in simple faith, even if their faith derives from what someone else has told them.” Matthew 28:19-20  Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of …

Genesis 30:27 ” . . . the LORD hath blessed me for thy sake”. . . BUT GOD!

Genesis 30:27  And Laban said unto him, I pray thee, if I have found favour in thine eyes, tarry: for I have learned by experience that the LORD hath blessed me for thy sake. This is an interesting personal revelation that Laban makes of Jacob.  Another example of blessing coming …

Our Second Featured Blogger for This Week’s Second Stop on Tour

Welcome to the Virtual Book Tour for, “A Year In Prayer With Jesus”! We are pleased to feature Amanda Taylor of Soaring Eagle Publicity, who will be hosting me on her blog Thursday July 24th. From her blog’s About page: Soaring Eagle Publicity (SEP) is an a PR/platform specialist of …

The Self-Righteous Green-Eyed Monster in the Church

Anger, frustration, the shaking of the fist, disillusionment, tears, questions of why. . . “You deserve all that God has for you!” “Come BOLDLY to the throne of grace and don’t hold back!” “God gives good things to His children!” “Be specific with God! Want that car? How many seats …

Genesis 29: It Runs in the Family

Life has a way of dealing harshly with us at times.  Other times, we bring that harshness on ourselves.  In Jacob’s case, he was experiencing both by the time we come to Genesis 29.  It would seem that lies and half-truths ran in the family, but consequences would follow.  So …

Featured Blogger for This Week’s 1st Stop on Tour

Welcome to the Virtual Book Tour for, “A Year In Prayer With Jesus”! We are pleased to feature Rebekah Beene today, and share about one of her books before she hosts me on her blog on July 22nd.   She offers this testimony by way of introduction to her book: In …

From Dial-up and Newsgroups to Cable and Web 2.0 – The Changing Face of Doing Business Online

First we had news groups.  Then we had bulletin boards.  The days of dial-up only allowed for those two methods of what would be considered early forms of social media.  Those were the days of ICQ (wanna bet my number is smaller than yours???), AOL, and Comcast, with Netscape Navigator …