If You’re Trapped Under a Mountain of Student Loans, There’s 2 Ways Out

Two Ways to Legally Walk Away From Your Student Loan Without Filing Bankruptcy by Author Rev. Paul J. Bern Sometimes being a minister doesn’t always involve things having to do with churches or even the concept of religion. Sometimes ministry is something that’s not what would be called ‘spiritual’ at all. Ministry is, to me […]

There are lots of phony ‘gods’ in the modern world, but only One is authentic

The Only God That’s Real by Pastor Paul J. Bern For better small screen viewing, click here 🙂 Like nearly everyone else, with the exception of the ‘war hawks’ in the Pentagon who obey without questioning, I too am appalled by the fighting in the Middle East and northeastern Africa over natural resources, politics and […]

This week’s ongoing Bible study will be part 2 of Acts chapter 5

The Apostles Are Jailed by Men, Freed by God [Acts chapter 5, verses 17-28] For better small screen viewing, click here 🙂 Last week when we left off off at verse 16 of Acts chapter 5, the apostles and all the others with them had been released from jail and had promptly gone on a […]

This week’s ongoing Bible study will be part 3 of Acts chapter 4

The First Believers Unity in Prayer and Purpose [Acts chapter 4, verses 23-37] For better small-screen browser viewing, click here 🙂 Last week as we continued our in-depth studies of the writings of the apostle Luke, we left off at Acts 4 and verse 22. Peter, John, plus a fair amount of their compatriots, had […]

This week’s ongoing Biblical studies will move on to part 2 of Acts chapter 4

Concluding Peter’s Lecture at Pentecost [Acts chapter 4, verses 13-21] For better phone or tablet viewing, click here 🙂 Last week in our ongoing study of the writings of the apostle Luke, we left off at verse 12 of Acts chapter 4. At this point, it is still the evening of the day of Pentecost, […]

The teacher’s strike in West Virginia, and what the Bible says about justice, fairness and mercy

Progressive Christianity, Worker’s Rights and Social Justice by pastor Paul J. Bern For better viewing on phones, tablets and other small screens, click here 🙂 The recent settlement of the West Virginia teacher’s strike, which resulted in a 5% pay raise after lasting for nearly two weeks, will soon echo across the landscape of American […]

This week’s Bible study will be part 2 of Acts chapter 3

The Apostle Peter Tells It Like It Is! [Acts chapter 3, verses 16-26] To view this in any browser, click here 🙂 Last week when we left off at Acts 3, verse 15, the apostles Peter and John had just healed a man who had been crippled from birth. This man was now walking along […]