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He is Risen!

Dear MSBC,   As you know this is the month of Easter. It is the most important celebration event on the Christian calendar. Purpose for living, hope for the future, and security for eternity rises or falls with this date. If Jesus Christ arose as the Bible declares, then as Christians who have placed our believing trust in Jesus, we have eternal life now and forever.   But how do we know Jesus actually, bodily…

TEMPTATION

Dear MSBC,   I don’t know about you, but when I get a text message, phone call, or email, the dopamine level in my body (that bodily neurotransmitter that plays a role in sensing pleasure) rises a bit, and I smile. Why? Well, because those notifications suggest that someone out there is trying to contact me, someone out there likes me, someone out there believes I’m significant! Then I look at the contact and see…

Walk the Talk

Dear MSBC, Author Gad Saad is a Lebanese-Canadian, evolutionary psychologist and a professor in the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University. While Dr. Saad is not a Christian, he is one of the leading voices exposing the harm and senselessness of political correctness in the US and Canada. In his most recent book, The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense, he explores the currently prevailing practice of what is called…

Love (January post)

Dear MSBC, I recently came across a poem called “At the Winter Feeder,” by John Leax, who has served for over three decades on the faculty at Houghton College, a Christian liberal arts college in Houghton, New York: His feather flame doused dull by icy cold, the cardinal hunched into the rough, green feeder but ate no seed. Through binoculars I saw festered and useless his beak, broken at the root. Then two: one blazing,…

Merry Christmas!

Dear MSBC, I heard a story a number of years ago that I think is very applicable to us all during the Christmas season. One version of the account is as follows: A customs officer observes a truck pulling up at the border. Suspicious, he orders the driver out and searches the vehicle. He pulls off the panels, bumpers, and wheel cases but finds not a single scrap of contraband, whereupon, still suspicious but at…