Today, I had the pleasure of reading my piece (that was published on The Federalist website) – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a class of college students. The professor is a friend of mine and it just so happens that his class was touching on… Continue reading Monday, October 9, 2017 – I Read My Piece – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a Class of College Students
As a much younger man, I smoked a bit, drank enough, and rarely, if ever, stepped a foot inside of a gym. Although as a child, I enjoyed running outside like many children and enjoyed working out with weights as a teenager, most people would never call me athletic. It may be an odd thing:… Continue reading Hindsight is 20/20 (Being Healthy is Better Than Being “Body Positive” for Me)
As I approach my son’s first birthday, a thought has come to mind that is indicative of the state that I and his mother are in. We have been experiencing some frustrating times financially and I have not been able to find any work that will pay more than what I am currently bringing home.… Continue reading Be Better Than Me, My Son
I remember growing up and learning (as a Christian) that the man is supposed to be the “head” of the household. I won’t go into interpretation and try to debate some point Biblical point here, but I am grateful that my own father showed me (what I think to be) a healthy view of this… Continue reading My Wife is the Boss (If She Ain’t Happy, Then I Guess I Can’t Be Either)
I had not necessarily looked forward to Father’s Day 2017 because holidays (outside of Christmas and Thanksgiving and maybe Veterans Day) are just not that big of a deal for me any more. However, the holiday was just a reminder (that comes yearly, but I try not to wait for) that I should be grateful… Continue reading Relieved on My 1st Father’s Day (#FathersDay2017)
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
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?