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The Fourth of July can mean family fun, including food and fireworks, but the more I study history, political science, and theology, the less comfortable I am with the events of July 4, 1776. Now, … more
Oh, it was all there. The traditional fare of fried chicken, banana pudding, baked beans, cold watermelon and so much more could be found this week at the Danville Cemetery Memorial Picnic. While the … more
THE sun will surely shine upon the faces of the women at Son Shine Lighthouse as the Billy Moore Correctional Center is hosting an on-site fundraiser and making a cash donation to the women’s … more
In Psalm 13, David cries out, asking how long God would forget him. This reminds me of Jesus’ words on the cross: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Jesus experienced a … more
Fourteen-year-old Karthik Nemmani of McKinney, Texas, last month won the 91st Scripps National Spelling Bee by correctly spelling the word “koinonia.” With high-tech voice-to-text, auto-correct, … more
More and more people are making their homes in woodland settings - in or near forests, rural areas, or remote mountain sites. There homeowners can enjoy the beauty of the environment but they also … more
Paradise is where you make it and according to Lori Russell, activity coordinator over the memory care unit at Arabella’s Senior Living, their garden area fits the description. “We have some … more
In Psalm 26, David claims to live with integrity before the Lord, and he invites the Lord to test him, to inspect his life, inside and out. I wonder how many of us would welcome God’s inspection. … more
Any reader who’s sent me an email knows I’m terrible about checking my email. The spam-to-real-correspondence ratio in my in-box is literally about 30-to-1, which makes for a lot of dreaded … more
She got caught trying to get things hauled off to the junk yard but instead managed to stir up a whole lot of people in her neighborhood. After all, she did what any normal person would do by placing … more
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