July 17, 2016 Thought for the Week

Shortly before his death, Charles Darwin, with whom began the theory of organic evolution, said, “I was a young man with unformed ideas. I threw out queries and suggestions.  To my astonishment, they took like wildfire! People made a religion out of them.”  Later, shortly before his death, he suggested to a Christian friend that […]

Thought for the Week

High atop the United States Capitol dome in Washington D. C. stands the statue of the stately “Freedom Lady”, almost 20 feet high.  Her face is framed by a crest of stars.  A shield of stars and stripes is in her left hand.  The Sculptured Freedom Lady was brought from Rome during a fierce storm, […]

Thought for the Week April 17, 2016

The earliest African converts to Christianity were earnest and regular in their private devotions.  Each one reportedly had separate spots in the thicket where he would pour out his heart to God.  The several paths to these little “Bethels” became distinctly marked; and when any one began to decline in devotions, it was soon apparent […]