Christian blogger, mother, daughter, friend.

“The Changeling,” is the story of a mother victimized by her son’s alleged killer, and a system set on teaching her a lesson.

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The “Roaring Twenties” was a decade of much change. Flappers danced the Charleston, and civil rights were beginning to glimmer with promise. Suffragists had won the vote, and women everywhere were shirking conventional mores. It was in this era, Christine Collins found herself a single mother to a son, Walter…

True Crime: John List, Family Annihilator

He killed his family to hide his debt; unbeknownst to him, he was sitting on a treasure.

List Children left to right: Patricia, Fredrick, John Jr. Photo Courtesy of News Online

For John List, success was everything. Equally as important was his image and he did everything in his power to keep himself perceived well by those around him. Managing that image, however, took a lot of work and in 1971 it began to take a toll on his mind.

List…

The first presidential debate mirrored two children in a sparring match; the biggest loser: American citizens

2020 Presidential Debate. Getty Images

Blink and you may have missed it, it came and went so fast: those brief moments at the start of the 2020 Presidential Debates when both candidates seemed able to behave themselves; to actually debate the issues.

Unfortunately, it didn’t last. Viewers tuning in to see President Trump and former…

Christianity and culture

The many tools that emboldened the movement against Christianity

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I have a confession to make; for a long time, I didn’t care for Christians. There was something about the self-righteous religious spirit of many of them that irked me; strange considering if asked about my religious affiliation Christian was the little box I’d always check. The label in my…

Mass Media

The media decides what constitutes a story and what we think about; how does that play out in a pandemic and how well are you listening?

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The pandemic has the world in a tizzy. That’s saying it about as politely as I can. Amid the shouts calling for you to “stay alive by staying inside,” and the belief that showing true neighborly love means you always wear a mask, a new cry is emerging. Quiet at…

What the book of Esther can show us about embracing and living in your destiny.

By Franz Caucig — necspenecmetu.tumblr.com, Public Domain,

Do not think that because you are in the king’s house you alone of all the Jews will escape. For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father’s family will perish. And who knows but…

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