2020 has been a challenging year, and some Biblical Christians are afraid, praying for political leaders who will at least tolerate us. It cou…

A retired seminary professor told of a new professor who confessed that among his reasons for accepting the call to teach was because he reali…

Christians most likely know the story of the prophet Jeremiah, a.k.a. “the weeping prophet” who was thus dubbed because he mourned for the unr…

This column is dedicated to my sister-in-law Karen. She visited last week, loves the Psalms, and proves they can be lived out daily.

Johnny called last Saturday. A longtime friend, we ruminated over our forty-five years as friends. It started in college in Florida, then semi…

The movie trailer came by me too quickly and I have, unfortunately, forgotten its name but the scenes were unforgettable. It followed a wealth…

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I had not intended to make this a complete “Oktoberfest” column this week, but once I got started with all the delicious German dishes it was …

I was thinking this week about how cooking is somewhat like clothes. What I mean by that is as the seasons change, we tend to choose different…

Many people have heard the riddle, “What is black and white and read all over?” The answer is the newspaper, and Rhea County has had some type…

September is now a memory, and now that Fall has begun, thoughts will soon begin to focus on the holidays, and many of you have mentioned that…