The constant gripe about my generation is that we don’t know how to work or take responsibility. Look at the headlines, safe spaces, and political correctness. Our’s is an easily offended generation that gets triggered by two biological genders and saying the unpopular things like, “Islamic terrorism is a problem.” Well, not all of us are like that, but that portion is so astoundingly and ridiculously loud that they’re hard to ignore – no matter how bad I want to and wish we could ignore them.… Click here to read more
McDonald’s customers in Washington, D.C., can expect their next order of fries to come with a message of inclusivity.
In celebration of the city’s LGBTQ community, select McDonald’s locations in the D.C. area will be serving large orders of french fries in rainbow-print packaging during Pride weekend.… Click here to read more
*The Thoughts and Opinions addressed in this article are not necessarily those of JNN.*
It happened again. Let the cycle begin of mourning for the victims, condemning the attacks, lighting up our buildings, and standing in solidarity only to rush back to “Islam is a religion of peace.”
I know Christianity has had its stint of violence, but that was also against Muslim aggression; a pseudo-religious war that was more about wealth and land than it was about God.… Click here to read more
Kendrick Lamar wants to showcase a side of God that he hasn’t seen in church, one that focuses less on the blessings of God and more on God’s wrath.
Lamar, the 29-year-old rapper whose fourth studio album “Da–” is sitting atop Billboard charts, believes the churches that only focus on the idea of hope are one-sided.… Click here to read more
Above is a video that Bill Nye used on his Netflix series Bill Nye Saves the World, which is the complete opposite of what he is doing. **Warning** If you’re around children, turn the volume down and read the subtitles.… Click here to read more
This is me going “off the cuff” with my thoughts.
As I lay here tonight and ponder the events in Dallas, I’m torn. I’m torn for my nation. I’m torn for my people. I’m torn for my children. I’m torn for my family.… Click here to read more
The day was March 9, 2015. I had traveled seven and a half hours, and I had no idea if it was even going to be worth it by the end of the week. I reflect on the Spring Break of 2015 more than I probably should.… Click here to read more
Yesterday, 3 gunmen crashed a holiday party at a San Bernardino Fire Department leaving 14 tragically murdered and 17 injured. The media and (probably fairly soon) the President have used this to advance an anti-gun agenda, as they have with all shootings in the last 7 years.… Click here to read more
I feel really ashamed sometimes, because in America we form huge choirs and have churches in spectacular buildings, but I know across the globe people are holding churches in secret, people are holding churches and they’re physically starving and thirst, people are holding churches in building with no ventilation and it’s 100 degrees outside.… Click here to read more
Robert Frost did not tell us that there were more than two roads in this yellow wood. He didn’t tell us that sometimes roads look the exact same either. Sometimes you have so many options and looking at them all is quite dizzying?… Click here to read more
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I’m sorry it took so long to get this up. School has started and it has been insanely busy for us here at JNN. Thank you for being patient! You guys are awesome! That said, I hope you guys enjoy this latest installment!
John 18:40 NLT
“But they shouted back, “No! Not this man. We want Barabbas!” (Barabbas was a revolutionary.)”
Barabbas was a revolutionary. He committed murder in uprisings. Yet, the leaders of the priests are here saying, “We have no king besides Caesar.… Click here to read more