In the spring of 1977 I left College at Abilene Christian University as a student, but I didn’t go far.
Columns & Editorials
Before you go ballistic, remember that we’re all going to die of SOMETHING. And, despite the fact of my having cancer, the odds are still greater that I’ll die in a car accident.
The judgment of the first god of Egypt is over and the second is the god of the frog. Actually it was a goddess (Heqat), with the head of a frog.
We get suspicious emails all the time. A lot of them carry dire warnings about our needing to use a link in the e-mail to prevent our e-mail service from being shut down.
One of the hardest things about my last surgery was that call I got the night before from my stepmother. My 88-year-old father was in ICU with double pneumonia.
A Christian man once asked GOD why it was so easy to follow the devil and so hard to follow Him. GOD’S reply was, “SATAN HAS MANY WAYS, AND I HAVE ONLY ONE”.
I love fishing. Growing up, my family went camping almost every other weekend and if that is an exaggeration from the memories of a child, it isn’t much of one.
GOD had waited over 400 years for Israel to grow into a great nation. Their slavery under Egypt’s taskmasters was such that only GOD could set them free.
One of the complaints I hear from my clients is how their medical care is sliding from “just okay” to “getting kinda scary”. Boy, can I relate.
Last week I got a phone call from my preacher, Pat Morris (who is also an elder) from Valley Creek Church of Christ, asking if I had a trailer hitch on my van.
Texas taxpayers are now in for it. On Tuesday, Gov.
Lori grew up in California, the youngest in the family. She had three brothers and her sister, Linda, was the oldest. We met at Abilene Christian College when she was only 17 and I was 19.
Last week I complained about the failures of our institutionalized education system such as turning science into a religion and snuffing out free speech in the name of tolerance (!?!).
Moses lived 40 years in Egypt with Pharaoh’s daughter where he learned all the ways and laws of Egypt’s government.
If you’ve been following the Texas legislature, you know that it’s probably just a matter of time before our state becomes the only state in the Union besides North Carolina to pass a socalled “bat