Category Archives: Christianity

Bishop Larry D. Trotter Uses Granddaughter As Symbol of the Crucifixion


Bishop Larry Trotter is being called all kinds of names by people who have seen the picture of him and his granddaughter in the bathtub together which you can see by clicking here. In an effort to neutralize pedophile-like blanket … Continue reading

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When Are Your Children Too Old to Bathe With You?


I received a disturbing message on my telephone tonight notifying me that Bishop Larry Trotter (who I have never heard of before this moment) uploaded the below picture to his Instagram account. In the picture, Bishop Trotter and his granddaughter … Continue reading

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Deaf to Church: How the Homeless Get Lost


A few years ago, around the time that I went homeless, I felt that the church (not the pastors) were not compassionate or helpful in my time of crisis. Most people do not understand homelessness until they have become homeless. … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: What I Have Learned This Year In 2012


  This year I can say overall I’ve learned the value and influence music has on me and how it influences others. I’ve realized how to have a discerning spirit towards certain lyrics and artist , tapping into the deeper  … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays with Pentatonix


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Five Myths about Sex in Marriage


On average, married couples have sex 66 times a year, or a little more than once a week, according to the 2005 General Social Survey conducted by the National Opinion Research Center. There are so many myths surrounding sex. Sometimes … Continue reading

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This Is Why I Came: A Poem by Ressurrection Graves


This Is Why I Came is a new poem that I wrote as an introduction piece when I go out and speak. This is in its draft form in that I am reciting it in this video, and not performing … Continue reading

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Dale Lee McFarland, Mega-Pastor Used Spiritual Counseling to Prey on the Weak was Sued for $6.6 Million


NOTE: This article was originally published in the Courthouse News Service. Someone came on my THE BIBLE AND CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE blog and wrote a comment pinpointing a pastor in Surprise Arizona as a Sexual Predator. I approved the comment, … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons You Should Attend Family Counseling – To Create a Family Vision


To Create a Vision The bible says that without vision the people perish. It also says that you should write your vision and make it plain. When business owners get a vision of how they want to provide a service, … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons You Should Attend Family Counseling I – To Forgive Yourself


In the previous post I introduce all ten reasons that we will cover. Here they are again for your information. To forgive yourself To forgive others To learn the heart of your siblings To get questions answered To become comfortable … Continue reading

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Why and How People Become Homeless


During National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week I thought that it was important to educate the public on reasons that people become homeless. This blog was originally published when I was homeless.  There is a very quick and simple answer … Continue reading

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Moving Forward: Complete Blog Website Expansion


This blog was originally published: May 4, 2012 before I knew that there was a #Forward campaign for Barack Obama. This is just a reminder of this year, what it represents and how we can go strong to end the … Continue reading

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The Problem with Preaching Predators In Leadership: Chuck Adair at Skillman Church in Midland Dallas Texas


The church often uses terms that speak of forgiveness whenever someone has transgressed and they do not know how to truthfully handle the transgression. In congregations and leadership all over the world we have been taught that we must “walk … Continue reading

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Nigger, B*tch and AMEN: Why Meek Mills’ Use Of Biblical Words are Hate Speech


I have to provide some context for the following information. I was on the phone with Pastor Jomo K. Johnson yesterday on a totally unrelated business call. At some point during the call, the subject of his boycott for the … Continue reading

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Robert Peter Benedict Groeschel Sexual Predator or Celebrity Priest


  Robert Peter Benedict Groeschel has been an ordained priest since 1959. According to Wikipedia Groeschel has authored over thirty books, has a master’s degree in counseling and a doctorate degree in psychology from Columbia University in 1971. He hosted … Continue reading

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Life After Herpes: Implementing Steve Harvey’s 90-Day Dating Sex Rule, Shirley Strawberry of The Strawberry Letter and Accepting STD Diagnosis


It is about that time again ladies and gentlemen. Students have graduated high school and are heading to their post education destinations with angst and a sense of freedom. The collegiate experience for freshmen or upper-classmen provides an opportunity for … Continue reading

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Celebrate Your Now: Awakening Wisdom


We are sometimes under the impression that we are proactively seeking our dreams, and in our relentlessness we are actually waging war with ourselves. We make things much harder than they have to be at times because we do not … Continue reading

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Relationship Tips: Raise Your Voice


For anyone who has ever been silenced, it is always difficult once you have found your voice, to be quiet again. When you are being attacked by the ferociousness of someone else’s internal ills, there is a part of you who … Continue reading

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My Adventures In Healing: It’s A Family Affair


We have started family counseling. All of my siblings are invited and only one showed yesterday. I think God has an elaborate plan that he is not totally sharing with us. It is kind-of-like how we as parents withhold information … Continue reading

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The Jennie Withers Story: How An All-Star Became A Survivor Of Spiritual And Child Sexual Abuse


Jennie Withers was raised in a close-knit two-parent household where her parents were very happily married. She and her brother have a host of family members who were committed to the Mormon faith. “Basketball was incredibly important for my self-confidence”, Jennie … Continue reading

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