Hope and Humor ‘zine: Inauguration issue

January 15th, 2017 | Posted by jameswatkins in Uncategorized


Will God’s purpose be accomplished under Trump?

While many evangelicals came out in support of the president-elect, many others warned against his arguably unchristian comments on women and attacks on critics. One thing Christians can agree upon is . . . [Continue reading]



The Un-Tied States of America

The recent election results have revealed just how divided are the “United” States of America. Commentators, pundits and leaders are searching for reasons to explain the deep racial, gender, ideological and political divides.

I blame the Internet. Let me explain before I cause even more division. With the WWW, consumers no longer have to listen to differing viewpoints. [Continue reading]



Top ten ways to reduce the national debt

10. Sponsor a national garage sale (Do we really need two Dakotas?)

9. Make Chuck-E-Cheese tokens legal tender
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Christians to pray for leaders with whom they disagree

Whether you voted for Donald Trump or someone else (I voted for Constitution candidate, Darrell Castle ), we are urged to pray for “all who are in authority so that we can live peaceful and quiet lives marked by godliness and dignity” (1 Timonthy 2:2). [Continue reading]

To angry voters . . .

Protestors are already gathering to protest mean-spirited comments of the president-elect—with their own mean-spirited comments. (Irony alert!) There’s a more constructive way to address issues of disagreement. [Continue reading]



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Mental health issue (12.28.16)
Music issue: 2 (09.18.16)
Conspiracy issue (09.12.16)
Remembering 9/11 (09.11.16)
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