Do you go to the grocery story with a list? Do you pack for a trip with a list? When you purchase school supplies do you have a list? When
Whenever I get home, it’s really easy to just turn on the TV, throw something frozen in the oven to thaw, and just let the night slip away without getting
It’s been 107 years this month since the tragedy of the Titanic. Of course, this disaster has fascinated the world ever since, leading to books, movies, musicals and, ultimately, a
My husband has the most exciting dreams. They are action adventures like something out of a James Bond or Tarzan movie – oftentimes both. They involve racecars and roller coasters
Last week, with 60 days remaining until the end of the 140-day regular session of the 86th Texas Legislature, the House and Senate vaulted closer toward finalizing a state budget.
Many Texans – and no doubt some abiding outside our borders – have used the expression for years: “He’ll do to ride the river with.” We give little thought to
Last year the KilaueaVolcano on the Big Island of Hawaii erupted more than usual. The crater dropped several hundred feet and the majority of the park nearby has been closed.
The best advice the Apostle Paul ever gave was, “Pray without ceasing” (1Thessalonians 5:17). The Greek word for “without ceasing” doesn’t mean nonstop but means constantly recurring. So, keep on
There’s a lot of things you don’t learn in school. Since I’ve graduated from college, cooking, filing taxes, buying car insurance, and much, much more has challenged my abilities. Should
Images of a stream of billowing dark smoke drew the nation’s attention last week to a fire that engulfed 11 petrochemical storage tanks at the Intercontinental Terminals Company about 15