One of my classes this semester requires that we submit a blog post regarding a current political issue decided by the teacher. Last semester’s was the Catholic Church vs. Federal Gov’t on birth control in health care. This was one of the winning articles. Can you spot the errors, both grammatical and ideological? Because they … Continue reading I just… there are no words….
I must offer my regrets and apologies for falling woefully behind on the daily posts I promised, also for missing the last two Sundays’ worth of the PRAY31 posts. Please bear with me as I wade through midterm season. I hope to return to my daily posting at some point this week or next Monday … Continue reading Apology
Originally posted on God and Politics in the UK:
Sometimes following a shocking incident hitting the headlines there can be a knee jerk reaction from the authorities trying to provide some sort of restitution to right a wrong. This happened after the truly awful Innocence of Muslims film went global. In their rush to respond and even appease… Continue reading
Last week I submitted a previously published post to Faithful Bloggers to be posted on Faithful Devotions and the post was accepted as a guest post! Please check out this site to see my post and other great posts by Christian writers! Have a blessed day! P.S. Today’s martyr post will arrive early this afternoon. Continue reading Faithful Bloggers!
Bhutan, previously ranked 14 on the World Watch List has moved down to rank 17. Praise God for this improvement, and pray that the countries ranking higher would de-escalate and diminish in their mistreatment of Christians. According to Open Doors: The constitution guarantees free expression of faith, but penalizes forcible conversions – which can be … Continue reading Martyr Marathon: Bhutan
Information from Open Doors Philippines. Citizens are Muslims by default. The government restricts the evangelization of Muslims and the distribution of non-Islamic religious materials. Conversion to another religion is punishable by death. Extremist group al-Qaeda in the Maghreb is gaining support and is also monitoring Christians in the country. In 2010 a young woman was … Continue reading Martyr Marathon: Mauritania
To learn more about what is happening in Nigeria, read Human Rights Watch’s report Spiraling Violence. Taken from Be-A-Voice Network website. The campaign of terror against Christians continues in northern Nigeria. More than 100 people were reportedly killed in attacks in and around Jos on July 7 and 8. VOM contacts report that at least … Continue reading Martyr Marathon: Nigeria
This song just says it all. Come and meet me I am waiting Father hear my one desire Fill my hunger With your presence Let your glory come abide Love everlasting Come and dwell with me Oh Lord, I just want you more, more I just want you Oh Lord, I just want you more, … Continue reading Worship Wednesday: I Just Want You More by William Matthews
Okay folks, some more shameless self-promotion. According to my teacher, my picture on myflaglerfive is #4 out of all his students. I need more views to hit #1 and win $50. If I win the cash, I will donate it to Voice of the Martyrs. Please help me win by going to this site Thank … Continue reading Getting Close
One of the things strangers find most interesting about me (or at least the most worth questioning me about) is that I have a sister who is 17 years my junior. While some people my age are hanging with friends in dorm rooms or going to house parties, I’m doing things like brushing my sister’s … Continue reading The Pretty Average Weekend of a Not-So-Average College Student