Buzz King: Faith in a post-faith world

Being spiritual and upbeat in a world that is hostile toward believers.


October 17th, 2021

I came across a man who was suffering from the long term neurological effects of a rattlesnake bite.  But this man actually viewed this incident as a very positive event in his life.  I use this story, plus the story from Acts where Paul is bit by a deadly viper, to discuss our ability as Christians to use bad situations to grow our faith in God - and our faith in people.



October 11th, 2021

Many adults have grim memories of being raised by alcoholics who were not present emotionally for their children.  A common theme among adult children of alcoholics is that they have a very difficult time showing love and concern for their alcoholic parents as they age and become infirm.  I use the example of one such woman who was struggling with her relationship with her mother to discuss the freedom we can obtain when we have full trust in God.


I thought I had left all that behind

October 3rd, 2021

When I was a in my early twenties, I had a job as a programmer.  We worked in a subbasement.  One of the other programmers, Tommy, another young guy, had to have full length casts on his legs for eight weeks.  We used to have "Tommy races", where we saw which team of two could carry Tommy up and down the stairs the fastest.  I use this story to discuss the joy that we can feel when we serve other people.


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