Faith is defined as: “firm persuasion; A conviction based upon hearing” (Vine’s, p. 411). Mr.
Lookin’ thru’em bifocals I see: The newest airlines today have computers operating all the control surfaces on the airplane; wing flaps, ailerons, rudder, elevator, trim tabs on both ail
With Christmas being on Tuesday, I thought it appropriate to discuss Christmas movies. I took to social media and asked people’s favorite Christmas movies.
Christmas is less than a week away, and I’m beginning to relax! I may not have everything marked off my to-do list, but it is close enough. We’re ready for Christmas at the Craig house!
Local: The Morgantown City Council, considering its siz
If I have to remember to do one more thing this holiday season, my brain will explode. It is not the doing of the thing that will make my brain explode, it is the looming reminders. The dreadlines, you know, those deadlines you dread. My Post-its now have Post-its attached to them.
Acts 4:36-37 records a very interesting event in the history of the Lord’s church. When certain ones gave money and possessions to supply the needs of the poor brethren in Jerusalem, one man, Joses, stood out.
I’ve made mention before, sometimes screen writers compose worthy scripts.
In the movie The Natural, actress Glen Close tells Robert Redford: “We have two lives; the life we learn with, then the life we live with.”
A few years ago while Christmas shopping, I noticed something a bit frustrating. I’d gotten several gifts that required boxes so I naturally would ask the salesperson for a box. I kept getting the same response of “I’m sorry, we don’t have any boxes”. “Okay, thanks”, I’d say in a rather puzzli