5 Suggestions for a Better Life

When you hear a kind word spoken about a friend, pass it along (Proverbs 3:27; Galatians 6:10). If it’s a negative word, keep it to yourself. As a man, spoil your spouse, not...

Written in Sand and Stone

Two friends were walking through the desert and got into an argument. One friend slapped the other one in the face. The one who got slapped was hurt, but without saying anything, wrote in...

Glad Tidings of Good Things (April 19, 2018)

A Handbreath Stretch out your palm. Separate your fingers to their widest; hold them as far apart as you can. Then consider: “Lord, make me to know my end, and what is the measure of my...

Keep Your Fork

A woman was diagnosed with terminal illness and given three months to live. She asked her preacher to come by her house to discuss her funeral...

Perfect Love

Someone wrote the following description of true love: Slow to suspect—quick to trust, Slow to condemn—quick to justify, Slow to offend—quick to defend, Slow to expose—quick to shield, Slow to reprimand—quick to forbear, Slow to belittle—quick to appreciate, Slow to demand—quick...

Glad Tidings of Good Things (July 28, 2016)

“He Is Sleeping, Mr. President” John Kenneth Galbraith, in his autobiography, A Life in Our Times, illustrates the devotion of Emily Gloria Wilson, his family’s housekeeper: It had been a wearying day, and I asked Emily...

Thoroughbred or Nag?

“Husbands, love your wives, and be not bitter against them” —Colossians 3:19

Burnt Biscuits

A little burnt biscuit never hurt anyone!

Murphy’s Law Goes to Church

It never seems to fail...

Beatitudes for Teachers

Blessed are the teachers who set a good example before their students in all things: for they are worthy members of a great calling Blessed are the teachers who know their subject: for their students...