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Needed: True Friends

Dear MSBC, Victoria Price is an investigative TV reporter for WFLA, an NBC affiliate station, in Tampa, Florida. I suspect you have never heard of her, but in June of this year she received an email after appearing on air. Interestingly, the email was not like other emails she had received previously with comments related to her news stories, but rather with an urgent suggestion to seek her doctor for medical attention. The email that…

God Knows Your Name

Dear MSBC, I suppose we all have practices or idiosyncrasies that we engage in, either as individuals or as family units, that might appear odd or quirky to others outside of our immediate circles of engagement. For example, my family and I like to spread peanut butter on pancakes. You might identify with that or think it gross and would never even consider doing such. I think putting pineapple on pizza is absolutely disgusting, whereas…

God’s Promises

Dear MSBC, At times we all must face difficulties, disappointments, discouragement, and dead ends as well as have to deal with hurts, habits, hang-ups, and heartaches. When these occur, sometimes in bunches, and seemingly relentlessly, we can be tempted to throw our hands up, give up, and give in to our ever-present, ever-pressing opponent called life. If there ever was a man who had to deal with life in the raw and from whom we…

What Really Matters

Dear MSBC, It has been a while since the last Main Blast article. This one is a little lengthy; please forgive me. I think the topic warrants it. As you know, a lot has happened in recent days. At present we are still very much in the grips of the Covid-19 virus pandemic. There is also much civil unrest and racial tension with violent and nonviolent protests occurring with the removing or defacing or destroying…

Connect-Connect-Connect

Dear MSBC, You have probably had that awkward experience in an elevator. You know the one I’m talking about. The doors open wide, you enter, and you find yourself standing next to people in that eerily, uncomfortable silence as the elevator doors close behind you. No one knows what to do. Everyone on board either pulls out their cell phones, stares down at their shoes or up at the ceiling, being careful not to exchange…