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Childhood's End - Why modern science fiction favors Dystopia over Utopia, and despair over hope

Its 2016. City-sized alien spaceships descend through the blue summer skies, red-orange clouds trailing beneath them. The US Air Force B-2 Spirit stealth bombers that had been scrambled to intercept them are frozen in the air like dead dragonflies trapped in invisible amber, just like the passenger planes hovering like giant drones over New York City are held in place by some sort of stasis beam. 1,171 more words


Treasures Above (365 Days of Daring Faith – DAY 35)

Matthew 6:19-20 (NLT)
Don’t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal. Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. 356 more words

Faith For The Journey

Holiness is Happiness

“To be holy is to see God as he is and to become like him, covered in Christ’s righteousness. And since God’s nature is to be happy, the more like him we become, the happier we become.” -Randy Alcorn


Review of The Heaven Promise by Scot McKnight

For some time, I had wanted to read a book by Scot McKnight. When the opportunity to review The Heaven Promise presented itself, I jumped at it. 1,417 more words

Book Review

Heaven on Earth, But Not in Heaven Yet

Last evening, my family gathered to celebrate my daughter’s birthday. Saturday afternoon, I pulled out the little cookbook, the one nearly as old as she is with that pumpkin cupcake recipe that has come to mark her special day. 519 more words

So That The World May Believe


The a couple of weeks ago, I read in Randy Alcorn book Heaven that this earth is curse and “For Christian, the present life is the closest they will come to Hell. 92 more words

Christian Living

Currently Reading: The Resolution for Men, by Alex & Stephen Kendrick & Randy Alcorn

Inspired by the faith-based film Courageous, The Resolution for Men, by Alex & Stephen Kendrick and Randy Alcorn.