Warrior Women for Life

The Golden State Warriors are currently playing the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals. As I write, the series is tied 1-1 with a Celtic victory in Game 1 and a Warrior triumph in Game 2. 

Steph Curry had a game-high 29 points in their second match.

As Family Research Council points out, his life could easily have been snuffed out via abortion by his pregnant mother thirty-five years ago.

Be inspired by the story of warrior women for life.

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Memorial Day 2022: The Bravest Boehme

My 89-year old mom and I will visit Sunset Lane today–our hometown cemetery–to honor loved ones on Memorial Day. The scenic property overlooking Sinclair Inlet will be bedecked with 200 American flags honoring those who fought for our freedom.

We will walk the grounds and place home-grown flowers by the tombstones of our loved ones. We must never forget their love of God and family, and their devotion to our country.

“Forgetting” should be considered a sin in our lives.

Every Memorial Day I love to honor my “Uncle Dick” Boehme who gave his life for our country.

He is the Bravest Boehme.

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What Brings a Decay of Conscience to a Nation

Another tragic school shooting this week reminds of a great decay of conscience we face in America and the Western World.

There are practical solutions that can help. But we need a full-blown revival of conscience to truly stem the tide of evil.

Here are some insights from a great American revivalist–Charles Finney. He tells us what brings a decay of conscience to a once-godly nation.

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