Justice and Forgiveness

Justice…. That is the message we keep hearing over and over in the news. Ever since the death of George Floyd last week, there have been riots and civil unrest unlike anything this nation has ever seen. As I have pondered these happenings, I keep asking myself, what is the justice people want? Where will it end? How many more people will end up being … Continue reading Justice and Forgiveness

Making Sense of Suffering, Death, and Global Pandemics

The world has changed dramatically over the past few months. Well over a million people have COVID-19 and tens of thousands have died from it. In many ways, life will never be the same again. Many people are scratching their heads, asking big questions, and searching for answers. This is a good thing. If you are in that category, then I have good news. The … Continue reading Making Sense of Suffering, Death, and Global Pandemics

Forward Ever, Backward Never

When I was in Africa last month, I learned a lot about the history of Ghana. One of the most fascinating aspects was learning about Ghana’s first President Kwame Nkrumah. His presidency ended suddenly in 1966 when he was overthrown by a military coup when he was out of the country. It has even been suggested that the CIA had a hand in it. Crazy … Continue reading Forward Ever, Backward Never