The Problem I have recently had the opportunity to work with the plugin GravityPDF. GravityPDF (GFPDF) is a free WordPress plugin providing PDF generation from Gravity Form entries, and a bunch of other
COVID-19 Shocks the World As I write this, the whole world has its eyes on the rapidly rising numbers of people infected by COVID-19. Billions of people around the world are either recommended
“He invited Jesus into his life many years ago.” That’s what the prayer request I held in my hand described. It was a small detail, but I felt my
One of the areas in my life I’ve recognized the need for growth is thankfulness. I am guilty of the sin of complaint, over and over. I complain about work. I complain
Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, To those who reside as aliens, scattered throughout Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia, who are chosen according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, by the
I recently had to set up a new virtual host on Apache for work, and I ran into a small problem. I wanted to ensure that visitors to the site are using HTTPS
A few weeks ago I had my first exposure to The Passion Translation. It is dangerous, and I do not recommend it.
In Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, and Luke 8:22-25 we see the story of Jesus and his disciples, who get into a boat and cross the Sea of Galilee. From Matthew,
Over the last couple of months, the continuing revelation of widespread sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic denomination has been making headlines around the world. As the global body of Christ grapples with
It is commonplace now in the Western world to see people sporting rainbows—especially in the month of June, which in 2014 was declared by Barack Obama as LGBT Pride Month. In 2017,
I previously talked about the record of Israel demanding a king, and briefly touched on the warning that Samuel gave to the elders of Israel before they confirmed they wished for a king.
In Numbers 14, we see a familiar story unfold: the people of Israel, having come across some hardship, “raised a loud cry”, “wept that night”, and “grumbled against