Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Neither Do I Condemn Thee

Here are some of the youth of New Life presenting a short dramatic interpretation of John 8:1-11, about a woman caught in adultery whom the scribes and Pharisees desired to put to death. Jesus' words resound to us today: "Neither do I condemn you. Go and sin no more."

Sunday, February 25, 2018


Ronnie Coleman
I have a dog. So does my neighbor. My dog is old and lazy, his is young and
hyper. My dog is small, his is large. They happen to be different colors. Some
would prefer my dog, others would prefer his. But that preference is within us,
they are both the same without their skin. Think about it!!

Ronnie Coleman
I have come to realize that my dog and I have a lot in common. She can't get
off her bed and I can't get off the couch. She doesn't hear very well and neither
do I, although my wife says we both have selective hearing. She (the dog,
not the wife) doesen't like to be bothered at times. Me also! Sometimes she will
growl, although she doesen't mean it. Sometimes I like to growl and I do mean
it! We are both getting old and don't know if we should embrace it or ignore it.
At least she still has her hair! But, listen to this, she responds to unconditional
love and so do I, and so will you!


Wednesday, February 14, 2018


Does its political system determine America’s social climate or vise versa?  Which was first in our nation’s origin, our political system or our ancestors’ social climate?  History begs the latter, and thus was established a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.”  As our nation has become more socially divided and selfishly segmented, our politicians have only reflected our national condition, for, if ours is a government of the people, by the people and for the people, then, as go the people, so goes the government.  In a word, the American political machine is actually a clear reflection of those it serves.  Political change?  Starts with change in “ME!”