I don’t want to be mean to people. I love people, even when they disagree with me. So I’m scratching my head thinking how people think I’m being mean.
Wendy threw an article at me last week and said, “Respond to this for me,” and went back to mothering. Wow, what an article. It said women like Wendy makes the author want to throw up. Why? Because of motherhood.
Two years ago, my mom didn’t know how to turn on a computer. Now she is a daily blogger with 631 blog posts to date. Would you like to learn how to do this?
I may be the only 40-something Christian parent who thinks Justin Bieber is worth believing in. Even after his Lamborghini/DUI scandal. Hear me out on this, else we might as well throw our youth to the wolves.
Now this is how the arguments for life will persuade people to the pro-life position. Notice how Lila shapes every attempt to marginalize her position back to the more convincing, compassionate respect for human life. While the president of NARAL made only arguments that her pro-choice community would accept, Lila made appeals that only the coarsest person would deny.
Watch for yourself. I believe this is perhaps the most convincing pro-life debate I’ve ever seen.
Personally, one of my favorite historical leaders is Martin Luther King Jr. Here’s why: he pressed a most radical hypothesis beyond a boundary that I personally have reasoned, and the test ended up true.
Josh and Jordan Taylor visited Colorado for the For Action Conference, the event I put on at Focus on the Family earlier this month. They talked up their visit to Colorado during their podcast episode. We Jeubs always love listening to the show, especially the latest one!
We hadn’t been to Minnesota in the winter for 14 years. We just had to do a snowman. (iphone 4S)
It’s embarrassing to be corrected, but there are a few pertinent lessons we all learn when we’re caught perpetuating untruths. When someone doubles down by throwing the name of God around, it becomes embarrassing for us all.
I’m pleased to be joining a hundred speakers and debaters and about a dozen other coaches to “train minds for action” at the Texas Training Minds Camp.