Type 2 Diabetes Can Be a Wake-up Call

I remember a few months back, I got a call from my doctor’s office about my test results from my blood work.  I heard those words on the other end of the phone that no one truly ever wants to hear: “Mr. Danner, your lab results came back abnormal.  We need you to come in.”…

Everyone Does Not See Racism Everyday……

Racism.  Goodness, I am so tired of seeing this word or accusations of it.  I am tired of people inflating issues to make it seem like the issues surrounding race or skin color today is akin to the racism of old.  I believe that it is not. I honestly do try to be patient and…

#Charlottesville, Lord, Charlottesville

(Photo via Sami Shah) How despairing it is to hear of news that one lost their life, possibly, due to the lack of understanding of the importance of civil discourse.  When protests take place over matters that typically cause some persons to emote in anger and display outrageous behavior, it may be important, for the…

Episode 49 – Peter Robinson Interview – On Being a Speechwriter for #RonaldReagan & #GeorgeHWBush, the #Berlin Wall Address, & the Hoover Institution

Next on Thinking It Through:  I get the chance to interview Mr. Peter Robinson, Hoover Institution Research Fellow and host of Uncommon Knowledge.  We speak about what led him to being a speechwriter for Vice President George H. W. Bush and President Ronald Reagan and the famous Berlin Wall Address that President Reagan gave and…

Episode 48 – @AmandaPresto of @realDailyWire – #WhiteHouse #Leaks, #RAISEAct (Immigration Reform), & #StephenMiller vs. #JimAcosta

Next on Thinking It Through:  Amanda Prestigiacomo, writer at The Daily Wire, gives me her thoughts on a Teen Vogue article about Caucasian people using GIFs with African-American people in them, an 8-year-old transgender child and her family suing a private school, Attorney General Jeff Sessions cracking down on leaks, the RAISE Act, and Stephen Miller…

To The #Christian #Movie-Goer and The Christian #Actor

Let me start this off by saying that I love movies and I love podcasts.  Love podcasts more though because I find out a lot more information this way and movies typically are for entertainment.  So, I try to listen to a lot of podcasts just to help my own thinking.  I listen to a…

Christian and Gay? What’s Your Motivation?

[This Presupposes that You’re a Christian.]      Where did you first get the idea that being “gay” was okay?  Where did you first find the idea that a person might be “born gay?”  Where did you initially read or study God’s Word and think to yourself (as you struggled with thoughts of same-sex attraction): “This…