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The Servant’s work portends many residual effects.  The descendants of Abraham and Sarah were promised to grow more numerous than the stars, an image that informs Judah how much God will … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, Sharing the Good News is something that Christians need to be diligent in doing.  We are quick to talk about how God blessed us while in a … more
You’d be surprised who’s contended with gestational diabetes -- a type of diabetes that usually appears around weeks 24 to 28 of pregnancy, although it can come on earlier: Salma Hayek … more
Time delay--a feature that allows deletion of serious blunders--has not always been a “backstop” when there’s tongue entanglement on radio broadcasts. A classic, of course, was … more
Fourth in a series on student educational debt. Upon completing baccalaureate and professional degrees, student indebtedness varies markedly across various races, ethnic groups, family income … more
Dear Toni, My husband recently retired from his job and because I am over 65, I needed to sign up for Medicare. I had to go to the local Social Security with the Request for Employment Information … more
There is something about puppy dogs. Every dog out there was once a puppy. It’s a short season in each dog’s life, but one that is a joy to experience. Whether it’s watching a … more
The suggestion that I dislike cats would be erroneous indeed, splashing down in the ever-growing sea of untruths. I prefer dogs. However, I have no desire to debate or defend. Indeed, I’d … more
An American Psychological Association survey reported that 42% of U.S. adults gained around 29 pounds in the first year of the pandemic. So it’s not surprising that the percentage of obese … more
Second in a series on student educational debt. Nearly everyone looks at student debt as a national problem. “True ‘dat,” as they say in South Louisiana, but it must be viewed … more
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. never ran for public office. He never said to another, “Vote for me.” Martin Luther King didn’t choose to lead the nation’s civil rights movement: … more
Hi Taylor: I’m looking at different options for budgeting software and keep hearing about various styles of budgeting. I always thought the options were to save money or spend it, but I guess … more
As the old year ended, so did the lives of two one-of-a-kind icons, one in the world of sports and the other in theology. They died four days apart, 85-year-old John Madden in California, and … more
Now and then, in communities throughout America, there is a child born that has an unusual talent in a particular sport. They have that natural ability to stand out far and above everyone else. The … more
Things Change. I have determined at age 85 ... there will always be new things in the works, “old things” discarded and give way to new thoughts and ideas, maybe even … more
Hello, Toni: My husband retired several years ago when he turned 65. He enrolled in Medicare Part A but declined Part B because I put him on my Blue Cross Blue Shield policy provided by my … more
We judge others by their actions. We judge ourselves by our intentions. Even with our best efforts, this creates in each of us a double standard. We are interesting beings, us humans. We are all … more
Coach Mac, while coaching at Pampa and during the basketball season recruited nine other BB coaches from the Panhandle and worked out after we would go home from our workouts in the Harvester … more
It’s just a guess when conversations about fruitcake headed south. But, if negative views of fruitcake began a few generations ago, malignment of the holiday dessert has run full bore since … more
When Alice in Wonderland was lost and came upon the Cheshire Cat in the tree she asked “Cheshire Puss, would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a … more
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