It’s raining here in Georgia. I’m sitting at my kitchen table, sipping on my coffee, reading my devotional, and looking out my big kitchen window. All I can see is overgrown grass, gray sky, and invisible rain drops splashing into a puddle. My kids are sitting in the living room watching some kind of behind… Continue reading Beautiful Things
I am a capitalist pig. A greedy, envious, gadget-loving swine. That realization dawned on me yesterday while dropping off my office computer for repairs at the Mall of Georgia Apple Store. Despite the fact that I have more MacBooks than your average Starbucks, I still found myself wandering the aisles of the Apple Store, running… Continue reading Capitalist Pig
No, I’m not talking about the Metallica album. Nor the Declaration of Independence. I’m talking about a little girl in my community named Mayra Ortiz. She’s fourteen years old, the daughter of an American citizen, and she’s in danger of being deported. How, you ask? Simple: a combination of bureaucracy, misfortune, and the selfishness of… Continue reading And Justice For All?