Monthly Archives: April 2016

Escape from Abuse at Your Church: How to Find a New Home Church

(Disclaimer: This blog post cannot guarantee you that the following 24 litmus tests will certainly guide you into a church where you will not end up hurt or miserable for one reason or another.  However, in our opinion, we believe … Continue reading

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A Message for Psychological and Marriage Therapists in Tennessee

I just learned that Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has signed the bill that allows clinical psychologists and other psychological therapists in Tennessee to discriminate against people in Tennessee on the basis of their “sincerely held principles.” This bill was supposedly … Continue reading

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Rare Good News out of Kansas

Please give this news story out of Kansas a read: New Federal Court Ruling Jesus said: “I am the way, the truth, and the light.” I believe all truth is God’s truth, including the scientific truth that has been discovered … Continue reading

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Mrs. Carmody and “The Mist”

IMPORTANT NOTE:  This post contains graphic movie scenes and bad language that may be alarming to some people, although they are typical general fare on cable TV. Please leave this post if you are offended by such things.  The Flee … Continue reading

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Did Any Prophet Foresee the Day?

Did anyone foresee the day when it would become necessary to begin a letter to the governor of a state by describing one’s sex and gender condition?  When writing to a Republican governor these days or a state legislator, it … Continue reading

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My Letter to Governor Bill Haslam on the Tennessee Bathroom Bill

I am a heterosexual family man (born male and still male) whose family line on both sides goes back more than 200 years as citizens of Tennessee. In addition, I was once a member of a Southern Baptist Convention church … Continue reading

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My Letter to Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam on the Tennessee Counselor and Therapist Bill

Slightly edited: I am a heterosexual male family man who is a member of the United Methodist Church.  It is my understanding that a final bill is about to reach your desk for signature, and this bill allows Tennessee counselors … Continue reading

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