Earlier in the spring – since neither of us had been, a friend and I traveled to Texas. Texas is well populated and has some of the largest cities in the nation. We spent our time in San Antonio and Waco.
Do you know how many dead sticks I’ve planted with no living trees to show for my effort? Five, that’s how many. Five! It’s not my fault, really. They kept sending them to me, so I kept planting them. THEY are the people at those mail order nurse
I am amazed to see the lifestyle of those in the Middle East.
Our nation pauses on Memorial Day to remember the more than 1.3 million Americans who paid the ultimate price to protect our freedom and preserve our liberties.
We need God. Our society needs God. Our communities need God. Our schools need God. Our workplaces need God. Our families need God. Everywhere we look we see everyone needing God for daily decisions, purpose, and life.
With the school year coming to an official end around Memorial Day, it has become the de facto start to summer.
When I was in Pigeon Forge, there was a store called 5 and 10. There was a little bit of everything in that store. One thing was a book called Back in the day: Reflections of a special year. This one was the year I was born, 1979.
A few months ago, I heard a story on NPR about the modern-day German military. It referenced an article by Erin Blakemore, written in 2017 (updated in 2019), posted on the website history.com. In the article, Blakemore states, “Military disobedience is actually baked into the
In Romans 2:21-22, the apostle Paul warned the Roman Christians about the dangers of hypocrisy.