The Theme for the month of June is of “Making in the Breaking”, It goes along with our discussion about going back to the dominant culture and society’s comfort zone in the so-called good old days, which often conflicted with … Continue reading The Theme for the month of June is of “Making in the Breaking”,
In today’s America, various institutions are divested into transparent, Glass Houses. The Glass House analogy is for two reasons; the first is institutional’ fragility. Among numerous white Evangelicals, many are classified as white working-class Americans. Swaths of them grew increasingly … Continue reading Compromise Hidden in Plain Sight
My husband and I went to a marriage workshop that taught us seeking “compromise” always leaves one partner “losing” with lingering dissatisfaction in the relationship. The problem with losing relational negotiations is that it is hard to change once a … Continue reading Compromise & Culture
Beliefs are powerful because people act on them. We buy many goods and services based on our beliefs. Advertisers know this. Salespeople and politicians know this. Published ads inform us of danger, of real or imagined fears, to sell us … Continue reading At the Fork in the Road
I googled the word compromise. Here are the results: “1 – made vulnerable (as to attack or misuse) by unauthorized access, revelation, or exposure compromised data/passwords/accounts a compromised computer; 2-impaired or diminished in function: weakened, damaged, or flawed a compromised … Continue reading What Does the Bible Teach us About Compromise?
JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED! Finally, Derek Chauvin has been held accountable for what he has done, and we love to see it! This is a great step in the right direction for the United States; however, this is not the … Continue reading Justice Has Been Served