As a preacher, I am asked many questions concerning why I teach what I teach and why. The title above is a question someone asked me, and I thought this was an excellent question. After answering it, I thought perhaps the answer I gave might be helpful to others who might have wondered this.
Listening to my granddaughter cry while my daughter brushed the tangles from her hair brought back old memories, painful memories. My stepmom was as frustrated with my hair as my daughter is with my granddaughter’s hair. Sabria was allowed to protest and cry during the whole process. I was not
Last Memorial Day, we were all experiencing an absence of normality due to COVID-19.
Saturday, I got let in on a pre-birthday surprise. My sister texted that she and my brother-in-law had procured tickets for the family to meet Leslie Jordan
With warm weather and the end of the school year, many will be searching for entertainment destinations. My youngest daughter, a seventh-grade teacher, asked her students to do some research and identify places in Kentucky to visit.
Meanness Towards Those We Love
When my mother-in-law, Aggie, was in elementary school, she landed the star role in the school play. It was a musical. Aggie played Mother Goose.
A few weeks ago, we spoke about some wrong attitudes that God answered in the Bible. The wrong attitudes we studied then was pride, covetousness, and self-sufficiency. The Bible shows us some folks who had wrong attitudes, and as a result, sinned. In this article, we will study about apathy.
Spencer Silver, inventor of the post-it note, died last week. In 1968, Spencer Silver was a senior scientist working to develop new classes of adhesives at