How We Should Enter the Colin Kaepernick Conversation

If you've turned on ESPN, scrolled through Facebook, or listened to sports talk radio in the past few days, then you've probably heard of Colin Kaepernick's controversial decision to not stand during the National Anthem at the 49ers preseason game this past Friday. "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag … Continue reading How We Should Enter the Colin Kaepernick Conversation

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The Love Story of May 16th

May 16th. A seemingly insignificant day to most. But on this day in history, a man gave his life in a courageous and breathtaking way. In the 1500s, Roman Catholic Christians were forcing infant baptism upon all Christians. But there was a group who refused to do this believing baptism to be appropriate after a believer converted to Christ. One … Continue reading The Love Story of May 16th

Why We Should All Remember January 27th {with tears}

Many dates stick in people’s memories—February 14th, July 4th, December 25th—but I doubt January 27th is one that stands out in yours.  For most, this date is insignificant. So much so that one website diminishes the importance of the day down to "Chocolate Cake Day"1. The day comes and goes each year with little or no acknowledgement. But for some, this day is … Continue reading Why We Should All Remember January 27th {with tears}