I picked up a copy of Dr. David Jeremiah’s book, Forward, and made it as far as the introduction before I had to stop and ponder. I will get back to the book for the rest of the teaching, but his words resonated with ideas that tumble in my thoughts. Retirement has not followed my […]
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My outlook on life coming from an advanced degree at the University of Hard Knocks.
February includes celebrations for many things including American Heart Month. My inbox has been filled with advice on best practices for my heart’s health, worst foods for my heart, and plenty of words on the overall importance of this organ. That started me thinking about the word heart and how many times I encounter it […]
In April of 1977 I buried my father after his nine month battle with colon cancer. Beginning at the emergency surgery in June of the previous year he lost ground weekly. His once sure steps gave way to a cane then a walker followed by a wheelchair. Finally his bed became his domain for the […]
West Virginia produces some of the toughest, self-reliant, non-stoppable people I’ve ever met. While other parts of the country panic during a natural disaster, West Virginians quietly jump in to help one another back to their feet. The recent record rainfall and devastating flood erased homes for many in the Elk River valley. Clothes, furnishings, […]
Merry Christmas! Here’s my list of things I love about Christmas. You can use the comment facility below the article to share some of your favorite things if you like. Reading the Christmas story alone, with my wife, or with my children. These words are without equal. (Luke 2, Matthew 1-2) Sharing the story, God’s […]
What’s on your home project list for this year? Have you written down your goals, or are you blissfully anchored to the Land of Procrastination? Projects require planning, time, resources, and a category in the household budget to cover expenses. Even with conscientious effort in these areas the project languishes without a start date. At […]