Fame Or Character?

In 1998 I spoke at a Green Bay Packers pre-game chapel. The players and coaches there were just like the rest of us, except more famous and wealthy (and somewhat larger). This is the message I shared with them.

Questions from the Next Generation

The older generations are hoping we will mindlessly assume our place as the “next” in line. That way, they won’t have to explain why my generation has had to experience so much pain and heartache.

World Relief in Turkey

On August 17th 1999, at approximately 3:15 a.m., the small town of Izmit, Turkey, and the province surrounding, sustained one of the worst disasters in human history.

The Heart of a True Missionary

Elisabeth Elliot talks about cross-bearing Christianity, the immaterial wealth of her mission heritage, and what has given her strength in the face of adversity.

What “Prolife” Means

To be prolife is to recognize the inherent dignity and value of every individual human life.

An Example From History

Fifty Christian agencies in Great Britain sought to rescue thousands of orphaned boys and girls on the streets and in work houses from the years 1870 to about 1920.

PERSONally Opposed

The following article is excerpted from Ron's presentation at colleges that presents a moral perspective on the beginning of life geared toward a secular audience.

School Shootings: Why?

“Why are kids killing kids?” people are crying out, as if it were some great mystery. There’s a simple answer. It’s because they’ve been listening to what we’ve been telling them.