Let’s say you order something online or bought something at a store and it doesn’t fit. You know the protocol: keep the receipt and put it with the item, put the item back in its original wrapping/casing and return. There’s one problem: how
October 19-25 is Kentucky Retired Teachers’ Week. This week is a great time to notice how much retired teachers give back to their communities.
I slept eleven-and-one-half hours on Saturday night, and still had to force myself to get out of bed on Sunday morning. When my husband, Garey, and I pulled into our driveway at 7 p.m.
Does the title above surprise you? Would it surprise you to learn that when said in its proper context, the above is true? I realize some folks say this in an effort to denounce the Bible. This is obviously not my purpose.
Wednesday night, I had the opportunity to see the legendary Don Williams perform at the SKYPAC. The 2010 inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame put on a great show; and all he did was sit in a chair and play and sing. That’s all he needed to do. Sure, he may have fudged on a few lines or
Some things that have been on my radar recently:• National Boss’s Day: Thursday, October 16.
Ethan Allen: Revolutionary Patriot
If you call the Galilean Children’s Home in Liberty, Kentucky, more than likely, Jerry Tucker will answer the phone. Jerry is the patriarch of the home—established in 1984—and continues to be a very hands-on guy. His wife, Sandy, who founded and ran the home with her husband, passed away in Jun
When Paul wrote the Romans, he exhorted them, “not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think soberly …” (Rom. 12:3). We must be careful not to think more highly of ourselves than we should.