What is the Good Life?

For many of us, the concept of the “good life” is inexorably tied with having a life free from suffering and pain. We believe that a good life should be one of plenty and ... Continue Reading →

Think About It: Conscience Over Comfort

I have been in some pretty uncomfortable places in my life. I have spoken to a group of Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) where I was the only male in attendance and I have attended ... Continue Reading →

Worldly Wisdom vs. God’s Word

One of the difficult parts of being a Christian in the modern world is dealing with the concept that God’s Word is antiquated and irrelevant in today’s culture. There is ... Continue Reading →

The “Real Man” Crisis

I was watching a show on the television the other day, and there were a group of women on this particular show that went on and on about their idea of what a “real man” was. At ... Continue Reading →

God Passed Over

It is safe to say that before every major event written in scripture, there is a genealogy. For example, before creation “In the beginning God…” (Genesis 1:1); Genesis 5 is the ... Continue Reading →

Fatal Flaw: Easter?

In Argumentation and Debate there is a concept known as a Fatal Flaw. Aristotle had another name for it, he called it Hamartia and linked it directly to tragic stories of demi-gods. ... Continue Reading →

Think About It: You Are Not Alone

Have you ever found yourself surrounded by people and still felt alone? There were times in my life when I felt like everyone around me did not have a clue to what was going on in my ... Continue Reading →

God in the Camp

Do you remember the first General officer (GO’s) you ever met? In 1991, I met and spoke with Lieutenant General William “Gus” Pagonis. Previously, I had seen GO’s from ... Continue Reading →

The Road to Rejoicing

I was reading in Luke Chapter 15 today, and was studying the parable of The Lost Son. This parable hits very close to home for me and is one of my favorite parables in the scriptures. ... Continue Reading →

Meet Kalen Marie: A Testimony

As a new writer with “Veterans to Christ”, I thought the best way to get started would be to tell you about my journey. Military friends planted seeds of my faith, with one specific ... Continue Reading →