Despite the rain last Saturday night, many of our local teenagers attended the BCHS prom. Proms are major events: the dressing up, the pictures, the decorations, besides sharing it all with friends. Proms are memory makers.
I’m just bustin’ to tell you more isses’ and ats’ --- I hear more good stuff … what’s good stuff if you can’t share it?
A family is something I thought I would never have, could never have. Mine was so broken when I was growing up. For years, I believed that one day, we would all love one another and accept one another, but it never happened, so I gave up. I resolved myself to the fact that I might find individ
I must admit, whoever said that knowledge and wisdom come with age…was half-right. They also come with experience. Although, it's kind of a full circle really. The older we grow, the more experiences we will have. And the more experiences we have, the more knowledge we will receive.
I continue to be amazed at how “up-to-date” the Bible is. Though it was completed some 2000 years ago, it is still as relevant as ever! Please consider a few examples in the Bible that touch our lives to this day.
Tulips have been one of my favorite spring flowers for many years. They provide a wonderful burst of color to the landscape and require little care.
I usually opine about college basketball after NCAA finals … so here goes.
Saturday April 20th, I attended the Southern Kentucky Bookfest at the Carrol Knicely Center in Bowling Green. Back in January, I read where the legendary Henry Winkler would be one of the speakers. I determined that I just had to attend.
When I was a little girl, my stepmom bought each of my younger sisters and me baby dolls from different ethnic backgrounds. We added them to our collection of plastic children, pretending that they were adopted. I didn’t realize until I was grown that she was teaching us about difference and ac
I have observed that when I talk with certain people about the Bible, one reaction to our discussion will be the following. They will say, “Don’t pressure me.” Perhaps you have heard those teaching the Bible say to those listening, “This is not to pressure you, but ...”.