Courage: The Outward Expression of Humility

April 8, 2019By Ken HarrisonValues No Comments

The Bible is filled with stories of immense bravery: Moses leading millions of people into the desert with no water or food; David fighting Goliath; Gideon; Jeremiah; Esther; Abraham. The apostle Paul’s life is one long saga of bravery and suffering. And at the core of courage is humility. Humility was the mark of each … Read More

The Oscars & The Attack on Masculinity

March 18, 2019By Ken HarrisonNews No Comments

Sunday, February 24, was the Oscars, full of drama about who would win, who shouldwin, what the winners would say, and of course, what they were wearing on the red carpet. This year, as Rachel Syme noted in The New Yorker, Billy Porter, one of the stars of the FX series, “Pose,” “… managed to outdo himself yet again. He wore … Read More

Make Them Feel Loved

February 14, 2019By Ken HarrisonFamily 1 Comment

I just got done giving a presentation to a large audience when the usual line of people formed to ask questions or give their input to the talk. Then I noticed the desperate face of a desperate man. “I need to talk to you,” he said. I shook more hands and answered more questions and then as … Read More

Abortion is not politics. It’s murder.

February 9, 2019By Ken HarrisonNews No Comments

Promise Keepers is not political. Politics won’t bring peace and joy to the world. Only the grace and love of Jesus will do that. Abortion is not politics. It’s murder. What the state of New York did by passing a law that would allow the killing of a baby that could easily live outside the womb … Read More