I remember killing my first deer. What a memory. It stands out partially because it was my first deer hunt and partially because it is still the only one I have ever killed. But the main reason I remember
Carl Heringer was promoted to the sixth grade in 1956, and he's been there ever since.
The 76-year-old began teaching fifth grade Sunday school in 1954 at First Methodist Church South, now known as First
I can't remember where I first heard this little tale, but it's worth repeating.
A mother was cleaning house one day with her 5-year-old child playing nearby. "Mommy, isn't that God's book?" asked the
I am neither a prophet nor the daughter of a prophet, but I will say with confidence that one day historians will look back at 2006 and proclaim it The Year of the Sequel.
My husband and I went to the
Recently my wife and I were reminiscing about our childhood memories of family vacations. We were thinking about the long car- not spacious SUVs or minivan- rides with lots of arguments with siblings and
Few things have shaken the contemporary Christian community like Dan Brown's fictional work, "The Da Vinci Code." The book has sold over 46 million copies and been translated into 44 languages. Its influence
Do you ever get tired of hearing your own excuses as to why you are not growing spiritually? I sure do. I am tired of hearing myself make excuses like "I am too busy." I am tired of hearing myself procrastinate,
Faith & Purpose
This summer’s project is to take my old VHS tapes of the family growing up and convert them to DVD. I bought a box at Wal-mart that does it with the press of two buttons. I set the machine