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A Tale of Two Plates

On Sunday mornings, one of my roles is “making breakfast” for our two youngest; our boys ages nine and eleven. I’d love to tell you how challenging it is, but lying is not a great idea in a faith-based column.

Let’s go full disclosure: I heat the oven to 375 or 400 degrees, drop some cinnamon rolls or biscuits (yes, canned) in there and in a few minutes, Boom! I’ve made breakfast.

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The First Spiritual High Five

As one who looks at life in sports analogies far too often (just ask my children about my numerous attempts to communicate life’s truths through what they call, #anotherdadgolfstory), I can’t help but look at Jesus and try to find a powerful—perhaps sports-filled—analogy to explain his interaction with the centurion in Matthew 8 (also Luke 7).

In theological terms, Jesus “affirms” the centurion’s faith after the soldier asks Jesus to heal his servant. But “affirm” doesn’t get it for me. This is so much more than simply “affirming;” or as one commentator wrote, “approval.”

“Affirming” means a pat on the back. “Approval” is a pious nodding of the head.

Nope. This is Jesus’ version of a spiritual high-five. It’s spiking the football. Raising two fists in the air and saying, “YES!”

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The Science is Clearer Than Ever

The science is becoming so clear, it is beyond amazing.

For a moment, forget the pro-life, pro-choice debate and take this in; a 20-week-old pre-born child on ultrasound. The baby grabs its own umbilical cord in what is nothing short of a startlingly transparent view of what life was like for all of us just halfway between conception and birth.


Hat Tip:RedState

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Fake News . . . Whatevs

The words "Fake News" get tossed around so much these days, I've become immune. As one who went to school to become a reporter, it's frustrating, yes. But Fake News is as old as the republic. 

We can whine and whimper if "fake news" seeks to threaten our viewpoint, or we can counter with the truth.

My column today at Pregnancy Help News gives a solution for the fake news malady. Take a look at let me know your thoughts.

As always, email me at kirk(at) or offer a tweet: I'm @KirkWalden.


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Momma is Not Happy and Jesus First Words

If we’re going to find a true First Century Faith we’ve got to find the big “firsts.” This week, let’s look at the first (recorded) words of Jesus and what was perhaps his difficult moment with Mary and Joseph.

We know the story. Jesus and his family go to Jerusalem for the Feast of the Passover and on the way back, Mary and Joseph think Jesus is in the traveling caravan somewhere. But he isn’t.

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At a time when our social and political structure is aligned against the most innocent among us, The Wall outlines a plan to ending abortion as we know it.

PHCs are the ultimate answer to creating a new culture of life in America. Using the powerful story of Nehemiah, The Wall shows us why, and how this can take place—in the next 10 years.

Place this book in the hands of pro-life friends in your community and they will see a clear plan of action in which they can play key roles.

For anyone who is pro-life, The Wall is the answer to the question, “How can we actually win?” And for pregnancy help centers, this book is the next step in a new vison, new growth, and powerful impact in your community.

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