Tag Archives: God

Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

It happened.  After reading the many faith-based blog and Facebook posts that have gone up about the legalization of gay marriage, I was convinced it wouldn’t happen.  But it did. The sun came up this morning. Imagine.  The world is … Continue reading

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I Wonder What God Thinks

The American Presbyterian Church has decided that, starting June 21, gay is okay. The church’s General Assembly endorsed a change in the definition of marriage.  Up to now it has been defined as a commitment between a man and a … Continue reading

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Got Adversaries?

The following is an excerpt from my upcoming book, The Solomon Seduction.  It will be released by HarperCollins/Thomas Nelson on April 8. Happy Days  was one of the most popular television shows of the 1970s and early  ’80s.  Richie, Potsie, … Continue reading

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A Christian Actor’s Perspective on Hollywood

Dear Readers, My last post was God, the Golden Globes, and Me.  It was inspired by the Golden Globes award show, which aired last Sunday evening.  I was thrilled to receive an extraordinary written response to that post from a real, … Continue reading

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God, the Golden Globes, and Me

Nobody likes a good movie more than I do.  Ditto for a good television series.  I have tremendous respect for the talent it takes to create a film like Gravity, for instance, which I thought was fantastic.  But every time a … Continue reading

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God with a Mustache and Glasses

The Louvre is a museum in Paris that is home to some of the greatest masterpieces in the world.  Originally built as a palace for the kings of France, it covers more than 40 acres and contains over 8 miles … Continue reading

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Paybacks

Ivan Lewis cheated on his wife, Sonya.  It was a bad move for two reasons.  One, it’s wrong to cheat on your wife.  Two, Sonya drives a hard bargain.  She told Ivan that if he wanted to win her back, he would have … Continue reading

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Using God

In 1504, an aging and ill Christopher Columbus was stranded in Jamaica with a ship that wasn’t sea worthy and only a handful of men.  He needed the local Indians to provide his crew with food and supplies, but they … Continue reading

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It’s A Different World

On Saturday I took my seven-year-old granddaughter to a movie.  We saw The Croods while eating Junior Mints and sipping Hi-C fruit punch.  The most memorable part of the experience, however, was a conversation we had on the way to the … Continue reading

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God’s Answer to the Boston Terror Attacks

At a time like this we might wonder what message God has for us. First, I think he would want us to meditate on Psalm 91.  It begins, “Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find … Continue reading

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