Vaccine Crisis in the Pacific North West

Here in Oregon there are moves being made in favor of removing exemptions for vaccinations. This controversial issue has forced many Oregonians, who exercise their rights to medical freedom, to stand together at the capitol in Salem to protest. Community awareness of the dangers of vaccines and unintended consequences of uninformed action is taking place … More Vaccine Crisis in the Pacific North West

Holiday vs “Holy” day: The Valentine’s Day Conundrum

Introduction With the upcoming roster of calendar marked holidays approaching, I thought it pertinent to discuss my opinions on a few of the following holidays. Those relevant to the American culture currently being: Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, and Earth Day among many others. This study won’t cover much about specific holiday traditions, … More Holiday vs “Holy” day: The Valentine’s Day Conundrum

Yom Shabbat DIY: How to Remember the Sabbath Day and Keep it Holy

As we all know the Ten commandments are the foundation that we, as believers in The Bible, adhere to. It is these basic moral principles that guide us through life safely and unite us as a people with a common understanding of what a good moral foundation of values is. Among these commandments is one … More Yom Shabbat DIY: How to Remember the Sabbath Day and Keep it Holy

7 Reasons Why Christians Won’t Keep The Sabbath Day: The Forgotten Commandment (Part 2)

Often times I find myself discussing the Sabbath Day observance with Christians and I always hear the same reasons why they do or do not observe the Sabbath day. The Ten Commandments are clear that we are to observe the Sabbath and keep it holy, though few mainstream Christians actually do so. I wondered why … More 7 Reasons Why Christians Won’t Keep The Sabbath Day: The Forgotten Commandment (Part 2)