in a dark world, full of lies, hate, and confusion we can all find better days, by looking inside ourselves and being better people.
It is the best American tradition of helping others help themselves. Now is an opportune time for compassion and justice to help the poorest people of our nation and the world. I see a passion for compassion diminishing in America. Government simply cannot meet the needs of all citizens. Faith and community organizations need help.
God is working in ways that we cannot even begin to understand.
All of us, in our own way, are searching our souls how to better serve our family, community, state, nation and God.
The litmus test of our love for God is our love of our neighbor.
Too many in our state and nation believe the lie that public education is failing. Do we have failures? Yes, there are things that go wrong every single day. Teacher unions really believe dissension and division resolves issues; it doesn’t. That is why we see hostility, anger, slander and gossip on frequent display from them.
You are never too broken for God to fix.
This Christmas season we will undoubtedly hear the story of God's love taking the form of man and coming down to earth. There is much more to that story. But what is amazing to me is the role that women played in the life of Jesus. The old saying is that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.