One of my favorite scenes from the movie “Christmas Vacation” has Clark Griswold standing in his front yard with wife, children, parents and in-laws.
The spring school term has come to an end at virtually all levels.
The end of the term means different things to students at different levels.
“Give a man a fish, and you’ll feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you’ve fed him for a lifetime.”
The proverb is no magic wand, of course.
Let’s face it. For most of us, beauty has never been at the top of our “most important doctrines” list. Perhaps we should reconsider. But let’s remember that
It is human nature to wish that Mother’s Day will be a wonderful day of gratitude and blessing for every mother and every son and daughter. Surely for most, it is that kind of day.
While many people on organ transplant waiting lists receive lifesaving or life-enhancing transplants each year, many die awaiting a transplant that tragically never comes. April is National Donate Life Month, a time when this life-critical issue is brought to the forefront each year.
[caption id="attachment_51574" align="alignleft" width="68"]Doyle Sager[/caption]Springtime —- a season of hope, right? Not for everyone. According to studies, more suicides occur in the warm, sunny days of spring and early
Terror attacks in little-known pockets on the African continent often are overlooked in international reporting or are barely mentioned. But that was not the case with a horrific attack at Garissa University
Jesus' example at Easter gives believers hope and triumph over fear and reason for confidence in God's work through his Son and Holy Spirit.
Retirement means shifting gears, remaining true to oneself and preparing to continue to improve oneself. Each retiree must find his or her own way.