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“Honey, call 911. My flight’s been hijacked. I know we’re all going to die. I’m not giving up. We’re getting ready to do something. There’s three of us who are … more
This week marks the twentieth anniversary of 911, one of the deadliest attacks in modern time. Initially, 2751 people lost their lives, and more than 6,000 people were injured. In 2010 the number of … more
Hey Taylor: I went to a Starbucks the other day and it was closed because they “didn’t have enough workers.” When is this going to end? And is it because of the unemployment … more
Originally published on December 4, 2009, as the first in a series of thoughts regarding the intersection of faith and reason in university life. Slight modifications are made here. In this age of … more
You are sitting outside relaxing and minding your own business when all of a sudden you feel something on your neck. You quickly slap at it thinking a fly landed on you and low and behold, when you … more
Dear Toni, Just a quick note to say that my mother had to go into the hospital this week with COVID that caused a urinary tract infection and pneumonia, then she slipped and bumped her head. No … more
It seems strange that a LUKEWARM Christian would care enough to have a faith battle with a college professor, but I did. Sadly I was “lukewarm” in my faith in so many ways during my time … more
Most hunters are so gung-ho, they’ll hunt anything that’ll run from ‘em. Similarly, TV news folks salivate at the prospect of all-out chases to pluck credible opinions on … more
I want to take this time to thank you for this humbling privilege to share this morning. I am deeply honored by this opportunity. I especially thank Corey Coronis, the founder of Pampafest 2021 for … more
This reflection represents a collaborative effort with the Executive Vice President and Provost, Dr. Neil Terry, and myself to communicate cost and quality differentials for on-campus and online … more
Dear Toni: I have been reading your articles regarding COVID-19, being laid off and enrolling in Medicare properly but I have not read an article on how to lower the Medicare monthly premium if … more
Whether you are happy with what you have or unhappy because of what you don’t have, you have the same things. We spend so much time looking right and left rather than looking inward and then … more
Dear Readers, Most of you have probably heard of antioxidants. They’re good for you, right? But what are they, exactly? “Antioxidant” is a chemistry term that simply means … more
Hey Taylor: I run a little online retail company and I’m looking to expand. Business is going well but not booming, so I’m wondering how I can slowly grow my company without making some … more
W.P Kinsella once wrote the famous words, “If you build it, they will come.” Those words came true recently when the MLB hosted the Field of Dreams baseball game in a cornfield in … more
Stories of gasoline price wars were common in Texas around 1960, when regular gas sold sometimes for10.9 cents per gallon. Competition for college biology teachers, however, wasn’t all that … more
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brettlren to dwell together in unity! Psalms 133:1. Members of the Open Door, Church of God in Christ, along down with Gran it Gashi, owner of the Fire … more
Originally published December 4, 2017. While some specifics have changed and some data has been updated, the general ideas are more important than they were in 2017 as students prepare to enter … more
Mother Teresa’s selfless earthly life ended at age 87 two dozen years ago on September 5, 1997. She changed her address and went to be with the God whom she had faithfully served throughout her … more
Dear Dietitian, I have acid reflux and gastroparesis, and both are under good control with medication. I drink water and sugar-free sports drinks, and I’m getting tired of them. Are there … more
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