We don’t think much about human slavery these days. We believe it was an aberration in human history that pretty much ended when Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863. Not true.
It’s time to stop living in fear and start living in faith.
When our oldest son was just 2 years old we lived in a little Kansas town where the county fair was held. That year the fair board determined to drop the fair queen idea when they found out that two of the three cute girls in the county would be on vacation during fair week. […]
The medical evac helicopter disappeared into the moonless night. I stood by our oldest son and his daughter who was named after the precious cargo on that helicopter, her grandma, and my wife of 52 years. I thought, “They call these helicopters ‘Flight for life.’ I sure hope this one is not flight-for-death.” I looked […]
“Awesome Crap Sale” was the sign our neighbors (Jeff & Marie) erected to announce their garage sale last weekend. I figured this was a real can’t-miss-event, so I ambled over to see how awesome their crap really was. While looking over their knick-knack table (“You can have anything on the table for only 10¢ each”), […]
A cute 7-year-0ld boy was in full Batman costume at Walmart. I said to his mother, “Do you always travel with Batman?” She smiled sweetly at her son, then looked up at me. “That’s pretty much up to him.” As I walked away, I thought, how true – even for me, a grown man. I […]