Jeremiah is well-known as “the weeping prophet.” Passages such as Jeremiah 4:19, 9:1, 13:16-17, and 14:17 make it clear that this description was well-earned. His crying was not because he was some wimpy, weak character.
Poverty undoubtedly presents tough challenges when it comes to educating students.
When someone posts a lot of photos, whether current, forgotten or both, on social media it’s called a photo dump. In that spirit, you can call this column an information dump. First up is one I gleaned from SiriusXM’s ‘80’s on 8 Big 80’s Countdown. Queen’s classic “Another On
The song lyrics of Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, say: “He's making a list, he's checking it twice….” This time of year, many of us make lists as well. Our lists likely include gifts for family and friends. And those Christmas lists are meant to help us get things done.
On Friday evening, I climbed a wall. It was a man-made wall, one of those rock walls with handholds and footholds set at random places all the way to the top, about 25 feet from the floor. I’ve done this before, albeit more than 20 years ago.
After condemning those who cried, “Peace, peace; when there is no peace” (Jer. 6:14), God’s words continue. “Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? Nay, they were not at all ashamed; neither could they blush.
Mitla Café was founded in 1937 by Lucia Rodriguez and her then-husband Vincente Montano. What started as a simple lunch counter on Route 66 quickly began to grow in popularity. After being widowed,
Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, and I’m counting my blessings this week. Recently, I read a 30-day gratitude list. Five of the listed items caught my attention.
A person I’m glad to have in my life.
I still have the rescue kittens I told you about in October, although, sadly, the smallest one died. I buried him next to Figaro, under the pine tree in the back yard. It was so sad. I grieve over every animal that passes while under my care. That’s just the way God sewed me