I’m in mourning this week. My hairdresser has retired. Carol Deweese has cut my hair and my daughters’ hair off and on for nearly twenty-five years. Carol has cut, styled, permed, straightened and teased other people’s hair for forty-two years.
• I have a friend who is interested in my spiritual welfare (Lk. 19:10), and has been even at times when I have not been interested.
• I have a friend who wants the best for me, even at times when I did not want what was the best for me.
“Mind your own biscuits and life will be gravy”. Every one of us gets offended every now and then. It just happens. I understand that. What I don’t understand, however, is the moment in time where people would get so easily offended.
We’ve been hearing for a while that our environment is in danger. On June 18, Pope Francis officially agreed: he called for decisive action to stop global warming and environmental ruin.
As we recently witnessed in our United States Senate race, ordinary voices were silenced by the spending of corporations.
In New Orleans, there is an insectarium dedicated entirely to the research and cataloging of bugs. I know this because my daughter, Nikki, and I paid a visit to the place three weeks ago. I have always been a fan of worlds not my own. I’ve toured planetariums and space museums with my granddau
The Louisiana Purchase was one of the largest land deals the United States has ever made! While this deal was made in 1803, the story begins in 1800. French dictator Napoleon Bonaparte forced Spain to cede the region between the Mississippi River and Rocky Mountains, called Louisiana, to France.
Last week, we began a study of love in marriage. Specifically, we began studying what the Bible says about love from I Corinthians 13 and made applications to the marriage relationship. Why write about this subject and remind men and women of love in marriage?
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy. When Main Street does well, so do American families. But if we don’t fix the next round of Obamacare regulations before they take effect, small businesses will be forced into larger group insurance markets that have dramatically different rates,