watch To accomplish this legislative takeover, the Democrats must overcome policies and practices initiated by Bill Clinton when he was president. Some of Clinton’s policies hurt a lot of Americans. As a result, many abandoned the Democratic Party. Continue reading Teflon Bill Clinton→
I spent the last week of August at the border in Tucson, Arizona with the people of faith from across the ecumenical Body of Christ. We visited with migrant travelers who have journeyed through the desert and listened to the stories of those who search the migrant paths leaving water and supplies to help travelers along their way. We saw tables filled with relics found in the wilderness and now kept as sacred reminders of the danger of the journey. We crossed into Mexico and visited community centers that offer a meal, a phone call, respite, and care for those recently deported back to the place they tried so desperately to flee. Continue reading …and GOD was with the boy. Genesis 21:20→
Webster defines the word labor as synonymous with hard work or, if and when done for pleasure and not for reward, even a labor of Love.
Labor Day, a public holiday designed in honor of working people, in the U.S. and Canada on the first Monday in September, traditionally marked with family picnics and other outings, is becoming increasingly marred throughout the nation and the world with fires, floods and various forms of warring mentality headlining the news at home and abroad, including the closely associated “911” attacks. Continue reading Perfecting the Labor of Love . . .→