Yesterday, I was dispatched on a load that would get me home. I had one pick up in Columbia, SC and I had to go to another town to pick up a few more pallets. When I arrived for my second pick up, the load was not ready. I sat there for five hours because a barcode was not printing on the paperwork needed to load me. After the barcode printed, they found out that the product had not even been released and they could not load me: they ended up sending me to my delivery, short those few pallets. Yet, I still could not go home, because my log book had now run out of hours.

No, not exactly a Paul and Silas moment, I was not falsely accused nor thrown in prison. But, when you are working for free, and being held up when trying to get home, it can become quite stressful; and most will complain. Read More…


If the church lived like the Bible commands of us, we would never hear, "I believe in God, just not organized religion."


Lukewarm is when one feels they have "enough God". Hot, and even cold, is that position one desires "More God".


"82 percent of the unchurched are likely to attend church if invited by a trusted friend or relative," while "only 2 percent of church-going people invite someone to church in a given year."

What a sad state of affair the "church" is in. Do professing Christians not understand the commands of Christ? If one does not bear fruit, they will be cut off and burned? How is it that so many think they are fine just warming the pews?


Many professing Christians call America, “God’s Country”; I use to. Yet, when one understand prophecy, they see that a nation will arise that looks like a christian nation, with two powers at it’s head to which neither are ruling, we should be asking, “Are we really God’s country?”

On 02-18-03 journalist Eric Gillin, released an article1 where he interviewed the church of satan. In the interview, the representative of the church of satan said, Read More…