Did you know that Bristol, Tennessee, has a few Confederate monuments in East Hill Cemetery? That makes sense, given the fact that Bristol served as a hospital during the Civil … Continue reading Charlottesville’s reminder of a need for dialogue | Opinion | heraldcourier.com
I’ve been thinking for a while now about contrasts: the way things that appear similar but are strikingly different and do very different things. That may be a strange thing … Continue reading Contrast
I don’t want perfect kids – or even perfect parties. I want kids of character. Character comes from the ways we handle imperfection in ourselves and in others.
“made me wonder (sort of) what role the Christian community has played in furthering inequality in education over the years? I wonder what ways Christ’s people can help reform that?”
Changing Amid all the seasonal hoopla there is a small, but growing, theme that is emerging. It, like all the other seasonal appeals, happens every year. Turn on a radio … Continue reading Changing
Sherry and I have a friend and, as it turns out, the church she attends is looking for a pastor. They were talking some time ago and our friend said … Continue reading We Can Do Better…
I’m not sure how it happened; however, I’m pretty sure that Berry used some sort of Jedi mind trick.
Taylor Swift as Counterculture Icon for Teen Girls: by Amity Shlaes I don’t have daughters – not planning on having any either. My three sons, however, have asked at different … Continue reading “Taylor Swift as Countercultural Icon” & Shaping the Moral Life