Category Archives: Values

Another School Succumbs to Gender Theory

By | September 25, 2022

[September 25, 2022]  Early last week, the Galloway Township Public School formally adopted gender theory into their program for grades K-8.  This was a blow to parents who stood against introducing an unproven, malevolent theory into their schools.  We are seeing this acted out across the nation. One “Love” t-shirt wearing school board member said that it was… Read More »

The Scoop about Pro-Life Women

By | August 12, 2022

[August 12, 2022]  An article by Deanna Falchook takes us on her journey into what she learned about pro-life women after she had an abortion.1  Deanna comments that she was purposefully misled by pro-choice women about abortion and its effect on women. “Before my abortion, I had a warped preconception about the character of pro-life women.  Convinced they… Read More »

When Politicians begin to Whine

By | August 7, 2022

[August 7, 2022]  The state of Minnesota is at the center of the debate over the destructive policies of Democrat governors that put into place draconian measures to supposedly save us from COVID-19.  Tough questions are being asked of those governors and their medical advisory teams.  It looks like those questions are just too hard to think about. … Read More »

Eulogy for a Boy Scout

By | July 26, 2022

[July 26, 2022]  Sunday morning I was informed that one of our Eagle Scouts, a Boy Scout since he was 7 years old (a Tiger Cub), had passed away in his sleep.  Any time we lose a loved one, good friend, or someone who showed promise, spirit, and friendliness, we mourn for their loss to us and our… Read More »

Barney Miller: making us Smile

By | July 24, 2022

[July 24, 2022]  It was with great interest that drove me to watch an old television sitcom from my past, Barney Miller (1975 to 1982), set in a New York City Police Department police station.  My wife, Nancy, is always looking for something to watch.  One day she said, “Hey, you got to see this show.”  I remembered… Read More »

Cain and Abel: the Sacrifice

By | June 24, 2022

[June 24, 2022]  Cain and Abel are brothers and are, hypothetically, the first two real human beings (since they were born, unlike their parents, Adam and Eve, who God created).  They don’t like each other. Abel is a good guy by all appearances.  God smiles on him; fate smiles on him, and everything he does seems to work… Read More »

Can You Protect Your Children?

By | June 20, 2022

[June 20, 2022]  Here’s a realistic perspective on life.  Life is difficult, and you cannot protect your children.  What you can do is prepare them to be strong, courageous, truthful, and resilient in their interaction with other people.  This means that you equip them for what life will be, which at a minimum, is a series of difficult… Read More »