Those of us who work with hospice often hear people say, “I don’t know how you can do what you do.”
Over the holiday break it seems that several of my friends were experiencing very difficult times in their lives.
In many Christian circles, you will hear considerable conversation, from Black Friday until Dec. 25, about the “War on Christmas.”
If you ask me what is the best gift I’ve ever received I would, without hesitating, tell you about my piano.
A couple of weeks into the college football season, head coach Nick Saban chided the students at the University of Alabama for not supporting the football team.
And as [Jesus] rode along, they spread their cloaks on the road.
With the exception of an annual wellness exam, we seldom make a doctor’s appointment unless there is a problem.
Having returned from Israel and Jordon just last month, I am still digesting what I saw, what I felt, who I met and where I went.
“You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.
The Thanksgiving holiday is another reminder of the many reasons we have to be grateful. When we express our reasons for gratitude of the past year, it’s common around the dinner table to hear “family, love, health, happiness, home” and other exclamations particular to our personal relationships.
From a very young age I was taught about the value of hard work. I grew up on a ranch, so I learned to drive a tractor before I could reach the pedals (this story ends with a slight wreck, but we all survived). I learned to fix fence, stack hay and paint buildings.
In one of the classic moments of religious history, Confucius and Lao Tze met in the Imperial Library in the city of Luoyang, 500 years [...]
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