Ever-deepening Christian faith is called upon by believers who sometimes are challenged by their “trust and obey” commitment.
I just learned that my ex-husband has remarried. I learned this as we learn about all important life milestones these days: on Facebook.
What is a man? It could be confusing answering that question because our society is changing quickly on this. Little boys should have their fathers to show them what a man is.
Life can seem complicated sometimes. Because it is. There are responsibilities and deadlines. Work is demanding. Home life is demanding. There are never enough hours in the day – or the night for that matter. Sleep deprivation is real. The threat of COViD is real.
June is Effective Communications Month. And it’s a good idea to recognize the importance of good communications, because it plays a role in almost every aspect of living – including your finances. You’ll want to clearly communicate your financial goals to your loved ones – and you’ll want to hear theirs, too.
The Texas Legislature sent a $248 billion two-year state budget to Gov. Greg Abbott after the House approved the measure last Thursday.
Expertly written and acted, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” has been ransacked as an eye-catcher for many projects, presentations, and programs over the years. Based on the book and Broadway play, the 1960s movie awakened in humankind that funny things do happen along the way, sometimes even en route to church.
The old wooden folding table belonged to my grandma.
I have written about bullies in our culture, mostly related to the obvious problems associated with our youth who are bullied by their peers. There is a new kind of bullying that exists today called “cancel culture.”
In some ways we are all hurting. We are all grieving. Regular readers of this column know that I’m experiencing grief as a result of the sudden and unexpected passing of my husband, but grief doesn’t have to involve someone dying and leaving this earth.