Opinion

#20million October: A Day to Remember Family and Friends

Twenty million people have died from smoking-related illnesses since 1964, when the first U.S. Surgeon General’s report on smoking and health was released. Of those 20 million that died, 2.5 million died from exposure to secondhand smoke. Tobacco use is … Read more

In Our Community – 10/15/2014

That’s Life By Ruth Nowlin

Life’s little problems.  This subject hit me as I crawled up under the old “turner” or lazy Susan table a while ago. Why was I crawling up under the table at my chronically challenged age?  … Read more

In Our Community – 10/8/2014

God’s Love for Oct. 1
By Francie Hemphill

God love is like a bouquet of white baby breath it beautiful to the one who behold it. Matthew 5:7 Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. That … Read more

In Our Community – 10/1/2014

Taking the Law into One’s Own Hands
by Lisa Harris
Sitting on my porch the other day, I began to ponder a way to make the city some money and make a little extra income on the side. I call … Read more

That’s Life – 9/24/2014

By Ruth Nowlin
 
I have been told that the biggest percentage of my regular readers are of the chronically challenged, well seasoned, and tested persuasion.  I do hope that those who are reaching to attain this station in life enjoy … Read more

God’s Love – 9/24/2014

By Evangelist Francie Hemphill

God’s love is like a bouquet of Chrysanthemum, it’s beautiful to the one that beholds it. Thank you Heavenly Father for all that you give us in nature. I will forever praise your Holy name!

Ecclesiastes … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary – 9/24/2014

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your
vocabulary

Recently I watched Richard Wilbur’s English Version of The Misanthrope by Moliere, performed by the Carpetbaggers Theatre Group, based in Guiseley, West Yorkshire, England.… Read more

Thought for Today – 9/17/2014

By Ernestine Kennedy

There is therefore no condemnation to them, which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the spirit. For the low of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free … Read more

God’s Love

By Francie Hemphill

God’s love is like a peaceful stream that flows in a clear brook, it’s beautiful to the one that beholds it. Thank you Heavenly Father for peace for it is one of the fruits of the spirit. … Read more

Thoughts on marriage: We are a team

From Ethen Gillespie

The concept of “team first” in team sports is the tried and tested formula for consistent winning and that same way of thinking can mean the difference between success and failure in marriage relationships.

We have all … Read more