One of the most fascinating places we visited while in London this summer was The Tower. The Tower was built by William the Conqueror in the 1070s. A massive stone structure, it has served throughout the years as a fortress, a palace and a prison. In the 1500s, the Yeoman Warders (also known a
The statement, “God said it; I believe it; That settles it,” has been popular for years. I am sure most of our dear readers have heard this phrase from time to time. It has been on multiple bumper stickers, bracelets, and the like.
Do you have a mantra?
It’s October, and we will soon enter the holiday celebration season.
Week in Review: Lawmakers look into health, justice, and elections issues
Our son-in-law, Thomas, is at his core a rebel. I have always admired rebels. I think that’s because I’ve never had the courage to be one.
There is much confusion about the Lord’s church. Some say, “Join the church of your choice.” Others say that the church is of no consequence at all. What does the Bible say (Rom. 4:3)?
www.hooksandharmony.com is where the list of Billboard #’s can be found. This week we reach the home stretch, beginning with Journey’s classic “Open Arms”. One of the most popular power ballads ever, 1982’s “Open Arms” was Journey’s highest-ranking s
How we can address veterans suicide this Suicide Awareness Month
I stayed with my stepmom at my sister’s house last week, so she and her husband could take a vacation. My stepmom has dementia and has caregivers during the day, but she needs someone to stay with her at night.