He lives about twelve miles from my home and has now made national news. Jim Stevens wasn’t seeking fame, but he couldn’t help but report the strange scene he has recently witnessed. Each morning when he goes out to his truck, an image that resembles popular depictions of Jesus can be seen on the driver’s side window. Continue reading A Fading Image
The current edition of AARP Magazine (September / October 2009) has an article entitled “The Sunshine Vitamin”. They’re referring, of course, to Vitamin D. Research has shown that this common vitamin pays big dividends in human health. Continue reading The Sunshine Vitamin
In reading reviews others had written about a product I was thinking of buying, I was abruptly stopped by one. In discussing what he did and didn’t like about the product, the man mentioned that he uses a wheelchair. For some reason that surprised me. Why? Continue reading A Window Into The Soul
Spring was a special time for students of Chad Elementary School. Like a scene from “The Waltons”, the students of that three-room school in Eastern Kentucky rushed out the door each day for recess. Continue reading Hope Springs Eternal
His love for her was greater than words can express. Words had been used, but people are prone to view them as “only words.” So what could he do to prove beyond doubt that he loved her? Continue reading The Day Of Love
Telephone calls are a regular part of the work day. Without thinking I pick up the ringing phone, and communication begins almost instantly. It matters not whether the person on the other end of the line is next door or across the continent. Our voices are conveyed as speedily as if we were face to face. Continue reading Connecting The Broken Link
“Jesus is Lord and Savior.” It’s a favorite phrase of certain religious groups where I live and work.
But few really understand what the phrase means. Continue reading “Lord and Savior”