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For the most part, handshakes, backslaps, hugs and teardrops--some joyously wept from grateful souls who achieved much, and some from others who barely sneaked by to graduate--now are part of … more
This is a special story about an event that occurred in my early life as a newborn Christian. I haven’t shared it with many people, but I want to show you what it means to get a star in your … more
Randy Matson…I had never met him until I moved back to Pampa so my wife, Jon, and I could help take care of her mother, Nathelee Smith, who was dying of cancer.   The doctors at M.D. … more
In case you couldn’t tell by now, I have a tendency to watch a film and become so enamored by it that I just have to tell someone, and you, dear reader, are the perfect person for me to tell. … more
"While a user can have hundreds or thousands or millions of views, reactions, or comments on a simple post from strangers, the need for real human interaction remains unfulfilled, whether the user realizes it or not." more
About a month ago, I found myself on a scavenger hunt trying to find where I could watch a specific foreign film, having no luck with the numerous streaming services I already had. I came across … more
We’ve always heard about how tiny errors can foster various responses, ranging from serious misunderstanding to thigh-slapping laughter. Hitting the keyboard’s “I” instead of … more
How in the world did we allow political pundits to change the narrative regarding whether or not it’s good to protect the American people, American jobs, American manufacturing, and American … more
A brand-new house, a newly landscaped yard, and Jon’s first-time garden…things are looking up…but that’s when it all started…an unknown creature was invading our … more
Clay Center, Kansas – Do you love yourself? Does that sound odd? Let me ask it this way. When you are hungry, do you find something to eat? When you are thirsty, do you find something to drink? … more
In the second of three affirmations for living day-by-day in a manner worthy of Christ, Peter turns to holy living through Christ’s holy gift. This gift is “the price paid by Jesus … more
In early 2020, just before our country’s “pandemic” experience began, George Barna and the staff of Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University, polled Americans via … more
I just heard on the radio that 1400 people are moving to Texas every day!   I say to these folks…Welcome, come live in the only state that has a balanced budget and a couple of billion in … more
I believe anyone who was born in the 90s or earlier will have a memory of exactly where they were and what they were doing when they learned a plane had just hit the North Tower of the World Trade … more
Hi Taylor - I’m reading about problems with China’s economy. Do you know what those are and what they mean for us? Hey Miles - There are a lot of different factors in play over … more
Being involved and engaged helps create a sense of belonging and effectiveness. Students involved in student government learn effective skills that contribute to future success. We believe … more
Usual readers– both of you, and a few relatives who sometimes read to see if I “got it right”--may remember that a month ago, I decided to put my “quill back in the … more
Peter moves from the new status in Christ to sharing what we should do in response.   Verses 13-25 deal with aspects of holy living.   Peter begins with holy living through holy character … more
Say someone close to you paints a portrait of you. They took the time to choose the perfect canvas, rubbing their own hand over every one in the store to find the perfect texture. They took … more
I was visiting a Kiwanian friend who graduated from Fredericksburg High School in 1945. I was telling him about our upcoming 60th reunion at PHS. He said that Fredericksburg was a tiny community back … more
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