Archive / December, 2011

180movie.com – Fighting Abortion from Your Chair

Blog Posts About 180Movie 180 Movie is calling any bloggers or website owners that would like to help change the course of history. By writing between 1 and 3 short blog posts for 180Movie.com you will be helping end abortion as we know it. We need several hundred more blog posts in order to reach the first page of the search engines for keywords like “abortion” “pro-life” and “pro-choice”, with your help we can make this happen. If you have already written some, we’re asking if you can write some more! Think about this scenario: A young 16 year old girl finds out she’s pregnant, she’s scared to tell her parents and feels very much alone. She grabs her phone and sends a couple of text messages to her close friends who reply telling her that she should go get an abortion. She heads over to Google and types in […]

How Great is the Darkness?

If the Light in You is Darkness – Luke 11:33-36 Opening Thoughts: About 14 years ago my brother-in-law was new to our family, he moved to our town from up north. One day we were out at a restaurant eating nachos and he asked me which ones were the jalapenos and which ones were the olives. He knew that jalapenos were hot and he didn’t like hot food. He hadn’t eaten either before and didn’t have a clue what was what. So, like a good brother-in-law, I told him that the green ones with seeds were the olives and the black ones were the jalapenos and that he should stay away from those. He then proceeded to fill his mouth with what he thought were olives but turned out to be the dreaded jalapenos. His eyes were soon opened to the truth and he would be sure to never make […]

Sleepy Christians

Jesus Praying in the Garden Matthew 26:40-46 Jesus found them Sleeping… I have an eight week old baby. Have you ever heard the saying “I slept like a baby”? I guarantee you it does not mean that you slept well. For me it means going to bed at 11:30pm for a two and a half hour nap, waking up to feed the baby in my sleep, then laying back down for another three and a half hour nap before getting up again to feed the baby and then starting my day. With a five year old and an “almost” two year old ready to take on the world at 6:30am each morning and then a flurry of activities ranging from homeschooling to cooking meals to swimming lessons, etc. I am utterly exhausted by the time we land on the couch at night once the kids are all tucked nicely in […]