Last Thursday, I was listening to Plash Phelps’ show on ‘60’s on 6 and he mentioned that roller skating was seeing a big resurgence during the pandemic. Tha
One year after the Covid-19 pandemic began, we can see many ways our world has changed. For most of 2020, we were stressed, healthy-living habits (such as exercise, etc.) took a back seat, and financial concerns for ourselves, family or friends were common.
Disclaimer: The following column is about college sports, written by a person who knows very little about college sports, but who, nonetheless, has strong opinions about the attitudes of the players and
the NBA draft.
I am sure that our readers have heard people say words to the effect, “All you need to do is call upon the name of the Lord, and you can be saved.” Some will tell you to pray and say, “Lord, be merciful to me a sinner,” or similar things. This teaching is a misapplication of Romans 10:13.
My grandson’s wedding was last weekend. Beforehand, I commented to his bride that if something didn’t happen just right, no one outside those who planned the wedding would even know.
An old song I grew up singing had the above title. This question is asked in every verse of the song. Indeed, no one else loves us as Christ does.