There are very special times in our lives that we love to relive in our heads, to leave the present and go to our own personal “Happy Place”. I have been blessed to have so many of these.
Columns & Editorials
The way I’ve always understood it, freedom of expression is exactly what the phrase implies: freedom to say anything one wants, even if it’s unpopular or offensive.
It seems that Forney has reached the cutting edge of high-tech grocery shopping. Both Kroger and Walmart offer a service where you don’t even have to get out of your car to shop.
I’m jealous of my older brother for several things, none of which include his being older.
Joseph has been sold into Egypt where GOD will use him to continue His plan for the redemption of mankind, but now let’s go back and see how the devil (Satan) has tried to destroy everything GOD do
Easter, like Christmas, tickles my memory cells. Both are festive holidays that can generate powerful emotional associations. My earliest memories of Easter come down from when I was probably 4.
When I went to college the first time (back in the good ol’ Paleolithic), I took a bunch of courses in education.
As GOD continued His plan to redeem mankind, He chose Jacob to be the father of twelve sons who are to be the beginning of the twelve tribes of Israel.
We at the Forney Messenger are in the process of rebranding ourselves. With this issue, we have a new front-page masthead logo.
There was unrest in Laban’s house because Jacob had become very wealthy while working for Laban. He had many herds of livestock and servants to tend them.
I’ve written before about the hypocrisy of our nation when it comes to drug use. On the one hand, we label it a moral failing and a scourge.
Last week I called my friend Lee McDermott and asked if he wanted to go to lunch. He said he was about to call me for the same thing.
It was Spring Break 1976 and I had fallen in love with a beautiful California girl my first week of college at Abilene Christian College.
In my office I have groups of family figurines in four flavors—Asian, Black, Hispanic and White.
I do not believe Esau was a rebel against GOD and man, but he seemed to rely upon his own strength and knowledge to make his way through life.