1 Corinthians 1:1-4 Greeting 1 Paul, called by the will of God to be an apostle of Christ Jesus, and our brother Sosthenes, 2 To the church of God that is in Corinth, to those sanctified in Christ Jesus, called to be saints together with all those who in every place call upon the name… Continue reading Devotional for Christian Greeters #2 (From Sunday, March 26, 2017) – by Jerome Danner
Next on Thinking It Through: Instead of touching on politics, culture, religion, or any other possibly controversial topic, I invited Megan Waddell of Two Good Cocoa on to discuss her company and my enjoyment of decadent cocoa. I would suggest that anyone who listens to this interview decide to check out Two Good Cocoa’s product… Continue reading Episode 28 – #FridayFeeling Conversation with @Waddell1Megan of @TwoGoodCocoa (Megan Waddell)
These verses are from the Book of Wisdom, which reminds us of the importance of a happy heart or a cheerful heart. All Christians should live out the truths found in these two verses because they are Biblical. But, just as important, those Christians that are called into… Continue reading Devotional for Christian Greeters #1 (From Sunday, March 19, 2017) – by Jerome Danner
Next on Thinking It Through: I invited my wife on to discuss what we have learned from the first 6 months of Elijah’s life. It is a brief discussion, before I take a quick look at the current issues brewing in the political atmosphere. Episode 04 – The Birth of Elijah Danner Instagram Page Time (article)… Continue reading Episode 27 – Talking with My Wife on 1st 6 Months of Our Son’s Life / #Politics / #News / #Trump
Prior to becoming a parent, even before I was married, I took notice of my own parents reading books and articles on parenting. They would discuss new things that they may have read and/or learned with each other to possibly implement into their parenting philosophy and strategy. However, I would run into others who comically… Continue reading #Parenting: #Instincts Out of Thin Air?
Next on Thinking It Through: I have the opportunity to interview a professor of history – Dr. Dana Caldemeyer – about her dissertation, which is called Run of the Mine: Miners, Farmers, and the Non-Union Spirit of the Gilded Age, 1886 – 1896. We touch mainly on issues with corruption during the late 1800s with… Continue reading Episode 26 – Conversation with Dr. Dana Caldemeyer on #History, #Greed, and Coal Mines