Dante · Hell · Literature · Philosophy · Poetry

Are There Levels of Hell?

Please note: Affiliate links follow. You won’t pay a penny more, but I may receive a small commission which helps to cover the monthly expenses of this site. Your support is appreciated! Publius Vergilius Maro, also know as Virgil, was a Roman Poet who lived from 70-21 BC. He wrote famous works such as the… Continue reading Are There Levels of Hell?

Christians · Church · Church Life · Pastoring

Every Christian: A Pastor or Priest

When you think about a pastor or priest what do you think? Maybe someone with a collar or a suit or someone who is passive. You might even picture  a gender, age bracket, or appearance  when you think of the term. One distinction when it comes to a pastor or priest is probably  someone who… Continue reading Every Christian: A Pastor or Priest

Art · Books · Philosophy

Taking the Paddles to the Arts

When I talk  about paddles, I’m not talking about getting your canoe down the river. I am referring to the kind that help bring people back to life. That’s exactly what I believe we need to do with art. I spoke several weeks ago at our church about how I believe Christians distorted the second… Continue reading Taking the Paddles to the Arts

Beauty · Genesis · Glenn Sunshine · Interview · Work

WHY YOU MIGHT HATE WORK: AN INTERVIEW WITH GLENN SUNSHINE -Part 2

Please note: Affiliate links follow. You won’t pay a penny more, but I may receive a small commission which helps to cover the monthly expenses of this site. Your support is appreciated! Several years ago I read a book From Rome to Home: Why You Think the Way You Do by Glenn Sunshine. It was… Continue reading WHY YOU MIGHT HATE WORK: AN INTERVIEW WITH GLENN SUNSHINE -Part 2