Amen is a word we hear at the close of prayer. Often, when one ends his prayer with “Amen,” we hear others echo, “Amen.” We rarely use the word today except at those times or when we agree with something someone has said during a sermon.
Back in 2005 when Nikki was attending Texas A&M in Galveston, she bought Garey a cowboy hat for his birthday. The hat is an authentic hand cut and shaped Western version from The Hat Store in Houston, Texas. I will never forget the evening I met Garey at the Hobby airport in the arrivals la
The first few weeks of January 2021 have been historic, to put it mildly. With so much happening, some events got overshadowed. One of these had to do with the prayer offered over the 117th Congress. by the U.S. Representative from Missouri, Emmanuel Cleaver.
Next week we will welcome February. This month makes me think about winter weather, Valentine’s Day and filing taxes. February definitely has its highs and lows!
I sometimes wonder if we’ve heard about some subjects so much that they’ve become “old hat” to us. Could such be the case with the resurrection of Christ? Have we heard about it so much that we do not realize its real meaning today?