Are we losing our minds?

Okay, here’s another rant. I think we have lost our moral compass if not our minds. In a single issue of USA Today I read two stories that make me wonder. A middle school in Maine has decided to provide prescription birth control to the mostly 11 to 14 year old children who attend there. And get this; parents must …

Leave your guns at the door!

As I post this we are just finishing our Dynamic Communicators Workshop at Glenn Eyrie in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Three days ago I asked over 90 students to keep four resolutions during the four days we were together. These are resolutions that keep the mind and heart open to learn. 1. Relax. The five days of DCW are designed to …

Is he SMOOTH??

A little girl asked her mother, “Can I go outside and play with the boys?” Her mother replied, “No, you can’t play with the boys, they’re too rough.” The little girl thought about it for a few moments and asked, “If I find a smooth one, can I play with him?” In our home the answer would be, “No, there …

When they don’t even believe what they believe!

Occasionally even the comedian is stunned into soberness. I have been startled by a change slowly destroying our culture. I have wondered as I watch relativism envelope us like a malignant cancer, what happens when a generation of young people refuse to stand up for what they believe? Even worse, what happens when that same generation ceases to believe in …

How does one speak in a Castle?

How does one speak in a Castle? The same way one should speak from any platform. “CLEARLY” Almost one hundred years ago, J. H. Jowett, a professor at Yale university, put it this way. “I have a conviction that no sermon is ready for preaching, not ready for writing out, until we can express its theme in a short, pregnant …