|Giving to God--Lessons from an 8-Year Old|
|Thursday, March 30, 2017|
How good are you at giving to God?
This week, I was schooled by an eight year old.
Joslynn and I sat down to play “Money Matters for Kids,” developed by Christian Financial Concepts. The game feels a lot like Monopoly, but with entirely different objectives.
Your goal as you wind your way around the game board is to set aside enough money that you can give away $30, save enough to pay for a toy you want, and also have e[...]
|Pop Tart Christianity|
|Thursday, March 23, 2017|
As my fingers tap the keyboard creating this blog, my mouth is munching the last of a blueberry Pop Tart. I’m no addict, but I confess to enjoying the lard-laden lusciousness of a Pop Tart. Blueberry is my flavor of choice.
But as I hold the toaster-hot pastry in my hand, a new twist on an old favorite has caused me to do a bit of critical thinking. When Pop Tarts first came out, they were touted as being filled with real fruit. We were far less critical of s[...]
|Glass, Not Plastic|
|Thursday, March 16, 2017|
Yes, Virginia, there really is an Ohio—in Illinois. The little town boasts no more than 550. But heading south on Route 26, Ohio is merely a navigation marker, not a destination. We’re in search of an even smaller berg known as Kasbeer (pronounced with a Long “A”).
As the town and its sign are easily missed, look for its two largest landmarks. To the east towers the Kasbeer grain elevator, and much closer to the highway is the white steeple [...]