We must stop seeing the military as props in political theater but as a precious and limited resource.
Most of us aren’t called to man the walls of an old church, outnumbered by superior forces, but all of us are called to face a hostile world.
Two political parties are in a fierce competition, with nothing less than the fate of the republic riding on the outcome. They aren’t who you think.
A man cannot be publicly virtuous and privately scandalous.
Depending on your perspective, campaigns either try to convert political volume into a mass of support through messaging, or use the volume of messaging to conceal their lack of mass.
Righteous ends don’t justify dishonorable acts.
We must spend less time worrying about what side other people are on… and be sure we’re on the right side for the right reasons.
Faith is easy when it leads to a safe place. But what if the next step is dangerous?
“I would like to preserve what we were given. It’s a gift that really hasn’t been recreated anywhere in the same way.”
We can either be nice serfs, or driven citizen-leaders.
We celebrate not the end of the war of Independence, but its beginning – because that when liberty was made real.
The left wants to destroy America by convincing us we’re common. We’re not. And we never have been.
Culture pushes us to rate our value by the number of likes and retweets we get from our most recent hot-take. We hope that by “going viral” we will be remembered. It’s not real.
The fake Jesus of the modern age is a virtue-signaling tool of the elite, urging obedience to the whims of the self-anointed intelligentsia. The real Jesus drove them out with a whip.
We have allowed Memorial Day to devolve into a long weekend of mattress sales and cook-outs.
Let us live not for recognition, but for impact. Let us not seek fame, but to be of lasting value.
Jesus didn’t deserve to be born in a Bethlehem manger any more than we deserve the mercy He so lovingly offered at the cross.
Glad tidings of peace don’t come when we expect it, but when (and how) God knows we need it.
A dirty room won’t clean itself, and neither will a dirty government.
We must choose our response.
As we go about faithfully setting “brush fires” of liberty, we must remember our allies are of God’s choosing, and that victory will come in God’s time.
Situated in the middle of a desert, the Dead Sea is a taunt; drinking its water will kill you as surely as having nothing to drink at all.
We must keep our eyes fixed on God, on what is true even if unpopular.
Just as we cannot trust government agencies to save us, neither can we outsource our governing responsibilities to corrupt and corrupting politicians.
There can be no “good government” apart from self-governance.