Struggles. What can I do? Keith Green’s words echo through my mind. “No compromise”. I compromise every day it seems. What happened to me? I learn more and more about you, and fall in love you over and over. And over and over I reject you, turning from your love to the false love of the world. I wrote these lyrics a while back. I … Continue reading What If I Stumble?
Smurfs: The Lost Village is opening in theaters this weekend, along with the positively received faith-based film The Case for Christ. With so much controversy surrounding the cinematic world these past few months, including the homosexual agenda present in not one, but two “family movies”, the latest installment of the Smurfs franchise is truly a breath of fresh air. The film features minimal, if not none, … Continue reading New Smurfs Movie Is A Breath of Fresh Air for Families
I’ve got this crazy idea. What if every time I met somebody new, I asked them what their name was, and then asked them who they are? “Hi, what’s your name?” “Who are you?” Yes, I know what you’re thinking. Come on Tim, what’s the point? That sounds like the most awkward introduction possible! You know what? You may be right. But I think … Continue reading Who Are You?
A light bulb. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb to give light to the human race. Since that moment in 1879, people have lit their homes, businesses, and streets with electric light. We could have taken that light bulb that Edison created and used it as a cup, but it would break. We could have used the light bulb as a Christmas tree ornament, but … Continue reading The Grand Design
Marty Angelo has a truly remarkable story. Heavily influenced by his liberal professors in college, Marty was on his way up in the music industry in the 1970s. All seemed well on the outside, but on the inside, he felt empty. Everything culminated until one day when he was arrested for cocaine possession. While in prison, he decided to finally listen to his sister, who … Continue reading An Interview With Marty Angelo