David Henson is a stay-at-home dad. His blog is part of the CCblogs network.
Racism is a white problem
I have burned one flag in my life. In college, some friends and I set a Confederate flag ablaze in a parking lot one summer afternoon. It was a symbolic way for us to renounce our racist heritage as young southern men.
But renouncing it didn’t erase it.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. (Philippians 4:13) That, folks, is the worst verse in all of holy scripture.
Many Christians, though, love it. I hate it.
If memory serves, this month, as you are nearing graduation, you will be getting a lot of advice from a lot of well-meaning friends, family, and advisers.
Unfortunately, it’s often a fair amount of bad advice.
Vinyl. It’s not just for hipsters any more.
And Christians ought to listen up, because the future of the church might just be reflected in the resurgence of vinyl records.
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