Make a Difference

Today is the easiest time to make a differenceFAITH MATTERSBy Nathan Day WilsonColumnist Recently my daughter reminded me of a phrase I used in a sermon a few years ago:”Four things you cannot recover in life: the stone after it is thrown; the word after it is said; the occasion after it is missed; theContinue reading “Make a Difference”

Vote Values this Tuesday

Voting biblical values into office FAITH MATTERSBY NATHAN DAY WILSON I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there’s going to be an election Tuesday. Yes, I know that you are impressed with my observational skills. While that shocking news is settling in, let me ask a question: What priorities or values will inform how youContinue reading “Vote Values this Tuesday”

Those who begin by burning books will end by burning people

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Who will do God’s will?

Imagine the following scene. In a hurry, as usual, familiar words rush from your mouth: “Your kingdom come. Your will be done, on Earth as it is heaven.” Suddenly, abruptly, almost curtly, a voice responds: “Are you sure?” Shocked, you reply, “Sure of what?” The voice continues: “Sure that you want my will to beContinue reading “Who will do God’s will?”

Today’s Students Are More Globally Aware, Less Materialistic, Leading Pollster Says

This is from The Chroncile of Higher Education. What do you think? Washington — The generation of young people who are filling college classrooms and becoming junior faculty members today are more globally aware and less concerned about material wealth than were their predecessors, a leading public-opinion pollster told more than 150 college and universityContinue reading “Today’s Students Are More Globally Aware, Less Materialistic, Leading Pollster Says”