Every time I think I’m done with videos about the short season, something else of interest falls into my lap. This time, someone shared with me a very intriguing article regarding historical accounts from 66 AD of an army of fiery chariots being seen in the clouds. Whether you believe in a historical or futurist view of the Book of Revelation (and I’m still praying for discernment on this), you won’t want to miss this!
I’m tired of fathers getting a bum rap. This needs to be said.
As someone who is very vocal about questioning the narrative, I’ve had many people ask for advice on how to teach our children to do the same. Here’s one example of what we’re doing right now.
I’ve had several people ask me to explain my ever-evolving thoughts on the possibility that the millennial kingdom already happened and that we are now living in the “little season.” Today’s video is yet another thought exercise for me because, as you’ll see when you watch, I’m not even close to having it all figured out, and I’m actually okay with that.
I just ordered some Trey Smith books for our homeschool (okay, also for me). If you’ve never watched his channel, you really need to. The man is a genius.
Today’s video is from the Patreon archives. It’s the final segment in my Brave New World series. If you haven’t noticed, in this day and age, it seems as if thinking has become obsolete.
I wonder why.
After witnessing the reaction of the church to this past year, I felt an exhortation was in order. This has gone on long enough.
Today’s video is for Christian parents who may be contemplating where to send their children to school. I’m just going to give you some food for thought.
How did we get here? I’m not asking how we got here on the earth. I’m asking how did we, as a society, get to where we are right now? Today I’m sharing a thought I had while on the phone with a friend and how the computer terms RAM and ROM really do fit people, as well.
Today I made public a Patreon video from last November. It’s the next episode in my Brave New World series. In the eyes of both the characters of Huxley’s work and the “woke” elite of today, morality is for dummies.