Discussions about reopening schools and the merits of face-to-face instruction versus virtual instruction have been hot topics recently.
“Poogene,” as we called him (Eugene was his first name) could have ridden the school bus home but opted to walk so h
My husband, Garey, is your typical country guy. In his younger years, he would spend the night running trot lines on the river, eating from a camp fire, sleeping on a piece of plastic on the ground, ignoring mosquitoes buzzing around his ears, even grabbing a snake once that had crawled up next
“Having eyes full of adultery and that cannot cease from sin” is a vivid description of false teachers (II Pet. 2:14). It reminds me of the description of the people before the Flood when “every imagination of the thoughts of (man’s) heart was only evil continually” (Gen. 6:5).
Pop TV was launched in 1981. It did not start out as Pop TV, however. From ’81-’88, the channel was called the Electronic Program Guide. From ’88-’93 it was called Prevue Guide. From ’93-’99 it was called Prevue Channel. It was then TV Guide Channel from ’99-’07, TV Guide Network from ’07-’1
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t experience stress of one kind or another.
How did we get the King James version of the Bible?
Before 1611 the average blue-collar person in England could not read from Hebrew (Old Testament) or Greek (New Testament) manuscripts.
One afternoon, my granddaughter, Sabria, overheard me tell her mom, Natalie, that I was shopping for a new kitchen table. The old one suffers from the effects of a gazillion crafts and science experiments performed upon its surface. It is marred