Happy New Year! I hope you had a great Christmas and are looking forward to this new year. Share with us your resolutions or “words” for 2018. Be sure to subscribe and follow along on Facebook.
I was thinking about making this one of my podcast episodes but honestly, those are somewhat “off the cuff” and more freeform in how I do those and I felt like this one needed to be a bit more calculated in my approach. We happen to live in a time when there are countless things an individual could pick to write on or share an opinion about…natural disasters, talk of nuclear war, healthcare, immigration reform, the new iPhones…just to mention a few. Despite all of those important issues, I’d like to share my thoughts on the current reactions over professional athletes’ peaceful protest during the national anthem of The United States of America.
Happy 1st Day of School for all those going back today (or soon)! Thanks to all those teachers, administrators, and staff that make our schools such great places to be! We spend some time talking about if Christians should send their kids to public schools or private schools. What do you think? Join the conversation here or connect with Matt on Twitter.
We talk summer, 4th of July, freedom, fireworks, patriotism, and the Church. Be sure to join the conversation at neighborhoodofholy.com.
I share some thoughts on the annual meeting of the Indiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church that took place in downtown Indianapolis June 8-10. Resolutions, The Beatles, and tamales. Be sure to join the conversation at neighborhoodofholy.com.
Depression is in the news again and a growing concern for many. Are you battling depression? Are you seeking treatment? What is helping you win the battle with the medical condition that is depression? Keep the conversation going at neighborhoodofholy.com.
Find more information on depression from the National Institute of Mental Health: https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/depression/index.shtml
90s rock was, and still is, a thing for me. Talking Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, LIVE, Blues Traveler, Verve Pipe, and many more! What was your go-to music in middle school and high school? Join the conversation at neighborhoodofholy.com.