I was listening to a call-in radio show on the way to church this past Sunday morning when I heard a caller make a statement that I hear liberals make often: “Jesus was a liberal.” The connecting of his dots consisted of the numerous commands and examples of Jesus helping the needy and the extensive [...]
Author Archive: Bart Munson
Bart Munson studied Youth Ministry and Christian Education at the Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College in San Dimas, California. He served as a Christian school teacher, coach and athletic director for three years and as a lay youth pastor for 10 years in Southern California. He has continued to actively serve in various ministry positions… Sunday School Superintendent, teacher, pulpit supply, etc… in churches in California and Iowa, his native state. Bart and his wife of more than 32 years, Jeana, currently reside in Northeast Ohio. They have five children and five grandchildren. Bart is the Supply Chain Manager of a manufacturing and product development company. He has worked in the arena of materials management in a manufacturing environment for 28 years. Bart is passionate about his faith first and also sports and politics. He has spent most of the last 35 years coaching in one fashion or another. He also served as a high school sports radio color commentator for 10 years in east central Iowa. Feel free to connect with Bart on Facebook.
I am the father of four grown daughters and I have the mental and emotional battle scars to prove it. Thank you for your sympathy. One of the important duties for men that have drawn this lot in life is to sift through the list of candidates who wish to date their daughters, when [...]
Sometime last year, my wife and I were intrigued by the title and content of an upcoming reality show on TLC called “Sister Wives.” We set our DVR to record the series, so as not to miss a single episode and we faithfully watched each week. They must have experienced some level of rating [...]
He calls it his “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour. A more accurate title would be “Charlie Sheen’s Traveling Train Wreck.” Whatever you choose to call it, Charlie made his debut in Detroit last night and by all reports, it simply gave the citizens of that once fine city one more thing to grumble about. Even [...]
Barrack Hussein Obama will be a two term president. We are four months past the historic midterm elections of 2010 in which the Republicans gained a net 63 seats from Democrats and retook control of the chamber they had lost in the 2006 midterm elections, erasing the gains Democrats made in 2006 and 2008 and [...]