My Plan to Pay Off the United States Debt

Current U.S. Debt: $16,800,000,000,000 (as of 4/7/2013) [1] Earlier this week I calculated out how much national debt we have per employed person (155,500,000 employed people as of Feb 2013 [2]) in the U.S.: $108,039. Add in the all the state and local government debt [3] and it’s $115,756 per working person. I have a … Continue reading “My Plan to Pay Off the United States Debt”

Christian Homeschooling Parents in Danger of Deportation: You Can Help

My readers from California will spot the irony in this… Over 73,000 Signers Support German Homeschooling Parents in Danger of Deportation Christian family seeking asylum; Obama wants to deport. Here’s a German family, the Romeikes, that believe in homeschooling their children, but in Germany that means jail-time and their children will probably be taken away. … Continue reading “Christian Homeschooling Parents in Danger of Deportation: You Can Help”

ESV – Less restrictive than NASB

Being an NASB fan (but still using KJV on my computers and mobile devices because of the copyright issues) I’m excited to see that the ESV’s copyright is much less restrictive. I use an iPhone, Blackberry, Windows, OSX, and Linux so it’s just not practical to purchase the NASB for each and every operating system. … Continue reading “ESV – Less restrictive than NASB”

Top Ten Greatest Comebacks of All Time: True

Last Sunday Doug Metzger (Minister of Single Adults at Immanuel) mentioned that Sports Illustrated ran an article listing Jesus Christ as number 1 in their list of top 10 biggest comebacks of all time. “Jesus Christ, 33 A.D. Defies critics and stuns the Romans with his resurrection.” Sports Illustrated, Bouncing Back Big-Time, November 12, 2001 … Continue reading “Top Ten Greatest Comebacks of All Time: True”