We Remember: International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Bronislaw Czech was a Polish national ski hero. He was Polish champion 24 times over the years and represented Poland in three consecutive winter Olympics, including the 1936 Olympics held in Bavaria, Germany. After the Olympics he headed up one of Poland’s top ski schools. Unfortunately for him, he was also Jewish and at age…

God’s Calendar Is Perfect

One of the neat things about the new year is putting up the new calendar on the wall. Just think….a blank sheet, 12 months, 365 days, 525,600 minutes or 31,535,000 seconds that lay before us. For centuries mankind has tried to use methods of keeping track of days that goes back to early Biblical times…

Are You Ready For Christmas?

It is a question I will first hear near around the beginning of December, but as the 25th of the month approaches, the question comes my way more and more frequently. Are you ready for Christmas?  For my family, Christmas is pretty low key. My wife’s side of the family is either on the other…

A Great Masterpiece

It was a work of art whose auction price totally exceeded everyone’s expectations.  Painted by Leonardo da Vinci the Salvador Mundi (Latin for Saviour of the World) it is a picture of a serene looking Christ holding an orb and appears like he is about to give a blessing. It is only 1 of fewer…

Outward Appearances

It was a simple dress up day for a work Halloween party held on October 31st. As a Christian in past years I did not do much for Halloween.  This year I decided to have some fun with it by dressing up as the lead guitarist from a famous Los Angeles hard rock band.  And…

World Food Day

Regarded as one of the four bare necessities of life, food, along with air, water and shelter are required by an individual to survive and sustain life.  A prolonged deficiency of one or more of these necessities can drastically affect life to the point where the body ceases to function properly and dies. Every October…