Chick fil A is under fire currently because the CEO has said that he supports traditional marriage. He has also donated money to groups that oppose same sex marriage. In this free country that alone is enough to make him the object of disdain. Today CNN featured a story on their faith blog that was brought to my attention. The title used the word “faithy” which is strange in and of it itself, but they listed 9 companies that also have faith as a part of their corporate identity. It is as if they are “outing” them so that they too can come under fire. This might not have been the goal of the list, but one has to wonder why would they feel the need to post a list and also ask the readers to submit any others that they might know of that fit into this “faithy” category. Share your thoughts.
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The gifts are unwrapped and it is time to start cooking. Everyone is happy with what they received. We are so blessed and so thankful because we know the real reason for the season, and we believe in the miracle of Jesus. Throughout the year I will debate political topics and often after reading some of the comments I might have a change of heart, but I don’t debate my faith. You either believe or you don’t. That’s the beauty of it you can accept it or reject it, it is up to you. Now it is time to stop blogging and start cooking. To Everyone who reads the blog have a Merry Christmas and we’ll get back to politics next week.
As I listen to Sen. Obama I am filled with pride. He represents a viable candidate who also happens to be African-American. I love the fact that he talks about change and hope. He inspires crowds and people just feel good, but now is the time to get more specific. I believe in hope, but I want to know how are we going to facilitate change. It is time to start talking about the things that effect everyday Americans. The Bible says “Faith Without Work is Dead’. This new America is going to take real commitment and real work. Hopefully, the impressive crowds will actually vote in November and between now and then we will all know how we will take the concept of hope and make it applicable to the lives of all Americans.