Witness to Totalitarianism: I Survived A Totalitarian Regime. ‘Believe All Women’ Is A Recipe For Disaster

This is a poignant testimony from Irina Eremia Bragin, a feminist whose family was the victim of denunciation in communist Romania. Another reminder that the freedoms we enjoy and rare in the history of the world and must be defended. One of those freedoms is the freedom to be considered innocent until proven guilty. Bragin […]

The Bumpy Road of a Blogger: From Gleichschaltung to Freedom

I started blogging sometime in the mid-2000s. Blogging was a new form of communication that was really nothing more than an online diary. The first blogs had impossible-to-remember web addresses like http://www.compuserve.com/user/eller-2f94e5643/. As a reader, it was awesome to get a glimpse into the minds of an untold number of people, some of whom were […]

Your Legacy: Good or Evil?

Lighthouse Leader Guide Date: April 29, 2018 Series: The kings and the King: Season 3 (1 Kings) 1 Kings 20-22 (specifically, 1 Kings 21) This Week’s Printable Resources: Lighthouse Leader Study Guide (pdf) Overview of this Lesson   Fake news. Collusion. Corrupt leaders. Cover up. Yesterday’s news? No. This is what is happening in 1 Kings 21. […]

God’s Encouragement for the Discouraged and Depressed

Lighthouse Leader Guide Date: April 22, 2018 Series: The kings and the King: Season 3 (1 Kings) 1 Kings 19 This Week’s Printable Resources: Lighthouse Discussion Guide (pdf) Overview of this Lesson We ended 1 Kings 18 on a high note: fire rains from heaven destroying the 850 prophets of Baal. The fervent prayer of a lone […]

The God of Unconditional Surrender

Lighthouse Leader Guide Date: April 15, 2018 Series: The kings and the King: Season 3 (1 Kings) 1 Kings 18 This Week’s Printable Resource: Lighthouse Leader Study Guide (pdf) Overview of this Lesson In January 1943, Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first U.S. president to travel to a hostile, combat environment during wartime. His destination was Casablanca, […]