How and Why I’m Voting Tomorrow

Tomorrow, the American people will go to schools, churches, bowling alleys, private homes, and a host of other places to cast ballots to elect someone President of the United States. In my heart of hearts, I really do not believe the American people have any choice in their leaders—God decides who attains that office. I […]

Donald, Hillary, and Character

As in most presidential elections, the candidates have slung mud at one another over the other’s character. Mr. Trump says that he wants Hillary in jail, and Secretary Clinton has repeatedly attacked Trump for his statements about women. I can’t control the character of either Mr. Trump or Secretary Clinton, but I can control my […]

How Christians Should Vote

One week from today, millions of Americans will head to the polls to elect the 45th President of the United States. Among those millions of Americans will be a multitude of Christians wishing to make their voices heard. I know many Christians who plan to vote for Mr. Trump, and I know several who plan […]

Republicans and Abortion

Since I was 18 years old, I have always voted for the pro-life candidate: George H. W. Bush, Bob Dole, George W. Bush, Chuck Baldwin (Constitution Party nominee in ’08), and Mitt Romney. Believing I had voted based on firm convictions, I always left the voting booth feeling I had done the right thing. But, […]

A Godly Politician

So many of God’s servants served in political capacities. Joseph served under Pharaoh in Egypt. Moses was a grandson of Pharaoh. Isaiah seems to have known the royal family. Esther was a queen. Daniel, too, served in a political capacity. He was taken from his homeland at an early age. Because of Daniel’s wisdom, Nebuchadnezzar […]