Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2015    Login | Register           

Justin Kollmeyer's blog

Bible Tweets

Justin Kollmeyer's picture

That’s right. What if the authors of the 27 books of the New Testament of the Bible had been limited to only one “tweet” on “Twitter” in order to get their main point across? That’s kind of a strange question and scenario, but in our “tweet-happy” world, maybe not so far-fetched.

Religion in public life

Justin Kollmeyer's picture

On the subject of the importance of religion in America it seems we have the proverbial “good news and bad news.” I read a most interesting article recently that is an adaptation of a speech given by R.R. Reno, editor of “First Things,” a journal of religion in public life.

Life is good today!

Justin Kollmeyer's picture

I recently became a new member in a special club. Everyone already in the club before me has bragged and bragged about how wonderful it is, and I’m finding out that they are, of course, absolutely right. It’s The Grandparents Club, and I’m now “Grandpa Kollmeyer” to my new-born grandson Philip.

Only son. Really?

Justin Kollmeyer's picture

With the holy season of Lent about half over and just a few weeks until Holy Week and Easter, I have a question for you. Is Jesus God’s only son? Really? And is it “really” all that important to believe this? Why?

The Christian Faith says, “Yes” and “Yes” and here’s “Here’s why.”

Pages

Ad space area 4 internal

Community

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra oboist Emily Brebach introduces Lauren Kelley to an unfamiliar key on the oboe that will help her be .more efficient in her playing.
It was a first for a school band program in Fayette County -- musicians from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) giving music lessons to students during class.