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Responding to the pandemic

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Responding to the pandemic

by Levi Smith

They make churches shut down, but allow casinos and drive-thru strip clubs to stay open.

They tell Christians they can’t have in-home Bible studies, but they allow thousands to protest. Read the rest of this entry

I can’t breathe

Here is something I read on Facebook.

I can’t breathe

by Jeannene Rutherford

(Original by Martin Towne)
What a breathtaking few months this has been… Some caught the virus, “I can’t breathe;” Most were ordered to stay cooped up at home, “I can’t breathe;” Many were compelled to wear a mask, “I can’t breathe;” a few were restrained by chokeholds, “I can’t breathe;” Some were tear-gassed and smoke bombed, “I can’t breathe;” and the list goes on… It doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to figure out that the attack is on the breath. Read the rest of this entry

The worst pandemic

Here is something I read on Facebook.

The worst pandemic

by Ken Ham

A gay news source wrote an article about me with this headline: “Thousands of people are dying from coronavirus every day, but this Christian fundamentalist is raging over two gay cartoon ducks.” Read the rest of this entry

How the Virus Stole Easter

Here is something I read on Facebook.

How the Virus Stole Easter

posted on Karen’s Country Kitchen

How the Virus Stole Easter
By Kristi Bothur
With a nod to Dr. Seuss 😊 Read the rest of this entry

How the world should see Christians

Here is something I read on Facebook.

How the world should see Christians

by Joshua Arnold

Only Jesus Christ can provide peace and rest during this time, with the world in the situation it’s in, and if Christians won’t boldly and gladly throw themselves upon the Lord for the whole world to see, then we should never expect anyone from the world to get the impression that we believe He is as sufficient, wonderful, gracious, and faithful as He truly is. Read the rest of this entry

What spills out

Here is something I read on Facebook.

What spills out

by Joshua Agan

When you carry a coffee cup and someone bumps into you, why does coffee spill out?

Simple:
Because that’s what is in the cup. Read the rest of this entry

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