This is a YouTube presentation of my article, “Did God Err in Detailing Josiah’s Story”.
King Josiah’s family history was most definitely not “just”, “pure”, “lovely”, or of a “good report”, and yet God included it in His Word. Did God contradict Himself?… Read More
King Josiah’s family history was most definitely not “just”, “pure”, “lovely”, or of a “good report”, and yet God included it in His Word. Did God contradict Himself?
Did God Err In Detailing Josiah’s Story?
God through Philippians 4:8 counsels us to think on “whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, [and] whatsoever things are of good report…” As we will see, King Josiah’s family history, was most definitely not “just”, “pure”, “lovely”, or of a “good report”, and yet God included it in His Word.… Read More
This 2 minute video provides compelling evidence why babies are definitely affected by Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) — even if they are never physically abused themselves.
Watch this experiment from the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences:
Details on The Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences’ Experiment with 150 Toddlers
The University of Washington wrote this about the experiment: “In the experiment, 150 toddlers at 15 months of age – an even mix of boys and girls – sat on their parents’ laps and watched as an experimenter sat at a table across from them and demonstrated how to use a few different toys.… Read More
On Facebook, I read an analogy which really illustrates why letting God remove the garbage of our lives is so important if we want true healing.
Jamie Whitaker shared this:
“Today I worked with a friend on a property whose former owners had used garbage as erosion control, with the result that beer cans and liquor bottled ended up in a small dry stream and under a layer of sand.… Read More
Today, I watched an Emmy-Nominated Nick News with Linda Ellerbee special, “Family Secrets: When Violence Hits Home”, about domestic violence. I heard stories of youth who had grown up with violence with their own homes. Like what was highlighted in “First Impressions: Exposure to Violence and a Child’s Developing Brain”, this video clearly shows that children are affected by domestic violence–even if they are not the direct physical recipients of it.… Read More
CNN’s recent article, “Peering inside a batterer’s mind — and his victim’s soul”, struck a cord with me. I saw how the Bible based solutions I wrote in my book could have prevented this man from being a batterer. In the chapter, “The Blueprint for Overcoming Dysfunctional Backgrounds”, I wrote: “People can ignore their dysfunctional home environments and try to go on with life—even a Christian life—as if all is well and has always been well.… Read More