First off, I am a newbie! I am learning as a I go, so this is going to be a primer from a very novice perspective that will hopefully help my conservative comrades get involved in your local Republican party. (If you read the book, Faith to Move the Mountain of the Heart, camaraderie is … More The Political Process I Didn’t Know Existed . . . Until Now and How YOU Can Get Involved
The message of Reid Publishing has a heart–and the heart of it is a three-fold mission. This isn’t about me or you or elevating a certain man over another. The heart and vision for “Faith to Move the Mountain of the Heart” is about publishing the desires of God’s heart. “Faith to Move the Mountain … More Wake Up, Strengthen What is About to Die
Those that believe that children need to choose their gender are already doing this. … More “I only vote for Presidents!” Wait, What?
This is hard to communicate over the internet and a keyboard but I am going to do my best. As many of you that have read my blogs know that during 2014-March of 2016, I dedicated all of my blogging to support the candidate that I truly thought was from the Lord. As you know, … More An Apology
Someone told me that over six months ago and it still preaches volumes to me everyday. It’s been a hard pill to swallow that many of the results in my life have been from the harvest of the fruit of my lips. It makes sense, right? The God of Israel is the God of choices … More We Will Eat the Fruit of Our Lips…
What was it like for Moses having the King of the Universe pass before him? … More What Was it Like?
Why Dr. Carson is right. … More Batak Massacre: How Rememberance Saved Thousands
By my four year old Pretty cool if you ask me
So, it’s national fried chicken day, says the internet. I made chicken, Portuguese style of course! I made frango piri-piri (and it’s fried in my book because along with all its wonderful spices, it’s coated in olive oil! Thus, making it fried!) OK, so it may be a loose term of frying but I promise … More National Fried Chicken Day
(John I of Portugal, painted c.1435) John I of Portugal was crowned as king in 1385. He was known for ruling in peace and referred to as the good, but to the Spaniards, known as something else that I will not mention! Why? Because Spain hated Portugal at this time. They were vying for world … More Are We Even Ready for a Relationship?