Got A Minute? To Figure Out What to Do With the Rest of Your Life?

Got a minute? Figuring out what to do with the rest of our lives shouldn’t be difficult, right? And yet, we know scores of people who feel trapped in a dead-end job or loveless marriage or say they have no reason to get out of bed in the mornings. Keep reading and you’ll find that … [Read more]

The Shack: Valuable Lessons About Opinion

I read The Shack several years ago. And did not watch the movie until just a few days ago.  Reactions to the movie, like the book, vary widely. There were those who complained about a God portrayed by an overweight black woman and others that the script was far too confusing to follow. Among Christians … [Read more]

Remember Medical Mystery Thriller, Do You Solemnly Swear?

I told Mark Kamish that his interpretation of the characters in Do You Solemnly Swear? A Nation of Law- The Dark Side was superb. I’ve now listened to about 30 minutes of a story that feels new. Mark is close to completing his narrative interpretation of Gabe McAllister, Lindsey McCall, Rich Janson and the other … [Read more]

Medjugorje, Two Popes, and Me

Medjugorje: The alleged site of a series of apparitions of the Virgin Mary to six young visionaries beginning in 1981 ignited a storm of controversy and persecution.  Thirty-six years later, questions remain unanswered to the satisfaction of skeptical Catholic and secular minds. Are these visions real? Can the messages be believed? Is it possible that … [Read more]

Mud Cookies: Imagine Feeding Your Kids Some?

“When there is no food for three or four days, the children cry from the pain. So I make them mud cookies to fill up their stomachs.” The missionary priest, Monsignor Patrick Marron from Food for the Poor, quoted a woman living in a village of about two hundred people about 20 miles from Port … [Read more]