I recently read an interesting story about a dream a pastor had that his church building was sagging, had holes in the roof, and the doors were warped. Yet his congregation continued to come to worship services, shaking hands, singing, etc.
Sometimes in life a woman just has to be like a mama bear and a man has to be like a stallion or “stud horse” as we like to say in the rural deep South. There are things in life that are rightfully ours and we need to have the gumption to take care of it and keep it – like m
Often I reflect on the difference between eagles and buzzards and the life-lessons that I get from these. Both are birds of prey and both show characteristics that are so like people. Some traits are common and some are different.
Some of you may remember Paul Harvey and his “Rest of the Story” radio broadcasts. This is an excerpt from one of those which he titled “If I were the Devil.” As you read it, think about the world we now live in, especially during this “holiday” season and if we have yet re
A term that we often here in the news today is that of a “slippery slope” – usually in conversation about some ideological stand that a group is taking on a current issue. The dictionary definition of “slippery slope” is a course of action that seems to lead inevitably from