Taking Back Our Homes
The following is adapted from a luncheon speech delivered in the Dow Leadership Center at Hillsdale College on March 6, 2006.
The day I signed the contract to write Home Invasion just so happened to be the day that six teenagers and I set out in our 15-passenger van on a 2,000 mile vacation. We always take other kids along with our own three when we go on our legendary Hagelin road trips. This time we were heading south from
These marketers are teaching our young girls that their lives are all about their sexual power and our young boys that life is all about who can be more crudely funny or irresponsible. Sexual activity is expected and has no consequences. Civility does not exist. And the only brand of respect that's taught is a twisted brand of "self-respect."
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Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Taking Back Our Homes
I am posting something that was sent to me by another minister. It is not my words but I wholly concur (except I know that you can live without Hollywood and it's influence as I have lived without television in my home my entire life) with what Mrs. Hagelin has to say. Curiously enough some of my time this morning that I spent with God was indirectly related to this. I read a chapter out of Pilgrim's Progress entitled "Vanity Fair" and how the world was attempting to get us to trade our souls for something so cheap and vain.
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