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Wedding cakes, that is. “Designing each wedding cake is an expressive act, as I create an artistic centerpiece that announces a couple’s union as a marriage and tells part of their story.” The words of Jack Phillips, the master of Masterpiece Cake Shop who sued the Colorado Civil Rights Commission for ruling against him in… Continue Reading


Two kinds of fathers are there. The one Heavenly, the other earthly. The Lord of Glory, the Carpenter of Nazareth said: “I AND THE FATHER ARE ONE.” What a claim. Blasphemy by a human being if it were not true. But they were ONE, and the carpenter from Nazareth told us in unequivocal terms that… Continue Reading

Divided We Stand

Or do we? There once was a day in America when we were in fact united, living by and respecting our Constitution and our Rule of Law. There was a time when we believed as a people in justice for one and all. Where we believed in equality, opportunity and freedom, FREEDOMS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL… Continue Reading

Another Gospel

The Apostle Paul warned the congregations to which he ministered that there were those who would come in the name of the Lord and preach to them another, a different, a compromised, humanized Gospel. That message would be different from that of Paul and the apostles. Ignore them, said Paul. Shun them for they care… Continue Reading

Memorial Day

In 1971, Congress declared Memorial Day a national holiday to be celebrated on the last Monday in May, echoing the words and sentiments of the proclamation of General John A. Logan of the grand Army of the Republic in 1868 who stated: “Memorial Day is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers, or otherwise… Continue Reading