Month: December 2014

Why I Say “Merry Christmas”

Over the past couple of decades, I’ve suffered through one holiday season after another watching the Christmas I grew up with gradually melt away. I endured the ever-so-subtle dilution as the word “Christmas” became offensive and our media stepped on… Read More ›

Like Jesus, Part 2 of 2

I’ve stated before that we rarely, if ever, take a true look at Jesus’ humanity. His divinity is overwhelming, and His resurrection is the reason we have hope. But this would not have been possible had Jesus simply been God… Read More ›