God Our Father

By Dr. Ray Pasuer

Note:  I learned more from Dr. Ray Paseur about Bible study than I did from any other professor, graduate school included.  If those of us who are fathers want to be successful, we would do well to learn about “fatherhood” from our Heavenly Father.  (RJ) God’s Fatherhood Ray Paseur One of the most comforting and […]


Jerk or Nice Guy: Which do Women Really Want?

What is with this almost psychotic component of so many girls and women I’ve known? Why are so many attracted to “bad guys” while rebuffing the “good guys” that are available to them? It seems to me that women are often drawn to jerks and “bad boys” the way a moth is drawn towards a […]


Don’t Just Stand There

Is good always the enemy of great? Can insisting on doing everything right prevent us from taking action at all?  These are thought-provoking questions recently asked by Dr. L. Roger Owens of Pittsburg Theological Seminary. “If a Job’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Poorly” Found at: http://www.faithandleadership.com/l-roger-owens-if-job%E2%80%99s-worth-doing-it%E2%80%99s-worth-doing-poorly] When I was growing up, I was regularly given […]


Boys Will Be Boys

I sometimes find people who believe that the only differences between men and women are the ability to bear children and some related plumbing issues. Google searches for “male and female differences” and “male and female similarities” both result in large numbers of documents. It’s true that men and women share membership in the same […]


11 Things Happy Couples Never Do

By Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin

Could happiness really be about good habits? Happiness in a relationship takes much more than luck. It takes a conscious daily effort to put healthy relationship habits into practice. Sounds simple, but that alone is very important marriage counseling advice. If we had to make some generalizations about habits we see happier couples using, it would be the following 11 […]

3 Important Ways for Parents to Start the Summer

I have always resented people who use their power or position to “lord over” others or to “make themselves king.” From an early age, I have done what I could to champion the cause of the less fortunate and downtrodden. It has often cost me dearly to do those things. My earliest memories of doing […]

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