Five Lessons from Election Night

Five Lessons from Election Night, November 8, 2016 I have been a politics nerd for as long as I can remember. In high school, my U.S. Representative knew me by name because I worked so diligently in his campaign. I introduced some of my high school teachers to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as I […]

A Good Conscience Toward God

A Good Conscience Toward God I swim a mile everyday—when a neurologist tells you it’s swimming or a wheelchair, you learn to swim in a hurry. Most days I’m there in the morning; typically I’m in the water by 8:30, and I seldom leave the water until 10:00 or so. But, some days I can’t […]

Conflicting Consciences

Conflicting Consciences I wrote the other day about the necessity for Christians to vote (or not vote) according to their conscience. Whenever a statement like that is made, some people of God will invariably say that a Christian’s conscience must vote for candidates which are pro-life and pro-family values. Some of my fellow believers are […]

How Christians Should Vote

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 […]

Republicans and Abortion

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 […]