God Running

Am I Not a Man and a Brother? by Chris Hopkins

It’s a classic theme in human history to treat others as less than human just because they aren’t like you. But categorizing someone strangles your conscience and chokes your ability to love like Jesus.

The Coronavirus and You

Coronavirus-badge-300 from CDC labeled for reuseLike you, whenever I look at my phone or my TV I see news about COVID-19. The reason it’s such a big deal is because every 100 years or so the world experiences a pandemic like the Spanish flu. That flu infected 500 million people and anywhere from 17 million to 50 million people died.

No one knew what was killing them. There were theories, crazy theories. People said it was because the planets were aligned a certain way, others said it was caused by bad oats from Russia, still others said it was caused by volcanic eruptions. Go easy on these people. We didn’t know about viruses until 1940. The Spanish flu happened in 1918-1920. And we didn’t know much about infection control either. Spanish flu patients were crammed together into rooms filled with cots. Read More

Damian Lillard on the Last Book He Read

One of my favorite NBA players shares about one of my all time favorite books. In this short video clip Damian Lillard shares about how he has a book with him at all times, and, the last book he read was Everybody Always by Bob Goff. He makes some interesting comments about what he read. Hope you enjoy the video half as much as I did. (I start the video at 6:43 to go directly to Dame’s comments about Everybody Always.)

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