SOS

There have been few things that have impacted my life so deeply as becoming a Son of Solomon. It doesn’t take much. Just pray 9 psalms a day, read one proverb a day, and carry a crucifix and a Bible with you. That’s it. It’s not an oath. It’s not magic. It’s a discipline. You… Read More SOS

Expect it

The majority of the public are illiterate and cannot grasp what is happening. The failure of international order, the destructive assault on our psychology, the indoctrination via propaganda and education, systems of power and control, the morphing of free society into a security paradigm, the softening of once brave peoples into trembling ghettos of fear,… Read More Expect it

Arrows in the hand of a warrior

Mad Mondays readers are well aware of the pitfalls in America’s education system. Two years of remote learning have revealed many problems that were flying under the radar. Parents are more aware of what is going on inside their children’s classrooms and are more willing to fight for what they believe.  But Progressives, especially in the academy, continue… Read More Arrows in the hand of a warrior

The verdict

Kyle Rittenhouse has been acquitted of all charges after a Kenosha jury deliberated for almost four days. The killing of two men and wounding of a third during riots in Wisconsin last year was ruled an act of self-defense. There were celebrations outside the courthouse, with motorists honking their approval of the verdict. However, violence broke out in Portland and other cities… Read More The verdict

An open letter to my congregation

“Keep me from the snares they have laid for me, And from the traps of the workers of iniquity” (Psalm 141:9). This last week the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod Reporter, the official newspaper of the LC-MS International Center (https://reporter.lcms.org/) published a statement by Synodical President Matthew Harrison on the challenge modern inoculation technologies present to… Read More An open letter to my congregation