Lately I have been perplexed by reading that a large percentage of the Russian population actually believes that Ukraine intends to attack Russia and more perplexing is that this way of thinking began before the war began over a year ago. Take for example this article that was published just nine days before the escalation … More The Problem with Russian Logic
It was a beautiful, sunny, Autumn day in central Ukraine. These days are rare in the Fall and I was taking advantage of it by driving two hours to a church recommended by a colleague. The body of Christ in this small town had been reaching out to the internally displaced Ukrainians by providing shelter, … More Highlights and Lowlights (Part 1)
Less than a kilometer after you enter Irpin, you are confronted with the stark reality of war as you are greeted by a heap of cars that have been bombed and burned out in the war of Russian aggression. The vehicles were relocated from various locations throughout the city… often from the side of the … More Hope shines brightest…
About fifteen years ago, Beth told me it was time to put my own thoughts and themes to music. As a result we now have about 10 songs for which we do not have to pay royalties when using them. Eight songs are available for sale or streaming on sites such as Amazon and Apple. … More My First Check
To justify his war of Russian aggression, Vladimir Adolfovich Putler (not an actual name), has resorted to various lies to bolster the propaganda that fuels his army of internet trolls as well as his international efforts of discrediting Ukraine and justifying his murderous war. Today we examine some of his claims. Nazi’s and Antisemitism We’ve … More Putler’s Lies
Beth and I have been holding talks about the war of Russian aggression in Ukraine. Each talk consists of a 30-35 minute PowerPoint lecture. Listeners are then rewarded with a 30-minute Q&A. This is when the evening goes from simply being informative to being spicy. A church in north central California was treated to a … More Our first pro-Russians
Does going to McDonald’s here in America mean that you are supporting Russia’s war of aggression? The restaurant chain has been under a lot of pressure to close its business in Russia, but has it? The answer is yes and no to both questions. After considerable pressure from activists supporting Ukraine, McDonald’s leadership made the … More Is McDonald’s supporting Russia’s war?
This is no longer just Putin’s war. … More This is Russia’s War
There is more to the war of Russian Aggression that is what you do not see with just a surface view. God is doing a mighty work in Ukraine. People are coming to know Christ as Savior, churches are being started, and the body of Christ is sending out more missionaries than ever before. In … More Russian Aggression & Spiritual Warfare
Youtube personalities, Rhett and Link, have been my favorites since they began helping small businesses like The Red House furniture store and Presidential Carwash by making low-budget commercials that went viral for small, struggling companies. They now host a daily “casual comedy” show called Good Mythical Morning. The show often features taste tests of strange … More Will it outreach?