Alabama passed the toughest abortion law in the United States. This is a look at that law which evangelicals support – with the exception of Pat Robertson. This post also looks at why evangelicals are not pro-life, where as the Roman Catholic Church can claim to be pro-life. Also in winning a war it should be stated that many evangelicals are driving young people away from Christianity due to their political engagement. Continue reading
A brief explanation of what happened the last few days. I want to say thanks for many of your wishes, thoughts, and prayers over the last week. Continue reading
Today is the second anniversary of Mom’s death. I am going to step away from the blog for a day as I deal with this process. I miss my Mom and wish I could hug her again and have that phone call. Continue reading
An elder from a Sovereign Grace Church in Sioux Fallas, South Dakota writes a post at Desiring God on how a Christian should grieve. I found this post from Ryan Chase at Emmaus Road Church to be toxic and troubling. To lecture someone in how to grieve in such a legalistic fashion is problematic. Life is not black and white and neither is the grief process. While Ryan has buried one son, I write this post as a child who recently buried two parents. Continue reading
Cleaning my home I make a discovery that is emotional. It was to be a gift for my Mom in 2017 that I was unable to give her. This is a brief post of journaling my Mom’s death. Continue reading
As I head back to Washington, D.C. and try and resume life a brief reflection on the hell that has been. The last 2.5 months have been one of death, loss, tears, fears, grief counseling, cleaning my parents belongings and more. How do you move forward when you have gone through such a loss? I will find out in the day to day experiences of life. Continue reading
My family made the final trip to Stanford Medical Center where we thanked the doctors who treated my Dad. It was something that we planned to do. I will forever remain grateful for the medical treatment that Stanford gave my Dad. In the meeting today we also sadly learned that it was most likely that Dad’s brain tumor metastasized into a glioblastoma.