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That’s What I Call Love!

It’s February and this is the month of love…the month of Valentine’s Day. I hope you take advantage this year of this unique time annually built into our calendars to express love to that special someone in your life and to others you love and cherish. But there is one other, more important than all the rest, to whom we must always express our undying affection. The account of human love that follows by author…

How do you prepare for the New Year?

By the time you are reading this article, a year will have ended and a new one, 2018, will have just begun. But whether you have already started or are just now considering it, contemplation of the New Year ahead requires some needed preparation on the part of Christians. How do you prepare for the New Year? Well, here are some interesting New Year’s traditions from around the globe as reported in Daily Infographic, “New…

God Wrote Himself Into His Story

I find as I progress on in life that I am increasingly becoming more nostalgic. You know, remembering things I used to do in by gone days, really missing them, and wishing I could experience those things again in the same old familiar way and environment. It’s funny the things I find myself missing. Such things as telephones that dial, transistor radios, black and white television screens, 50 cent cheeseburgers, Polar Bear ice cream, drive-in…

In Praise of Gratitude

The Harvard Health Letter, published by Harvard Medical School, had an interesting article in the November issue of 2011. In the article “In Praise of Gratitude,” Two psychologists, Dr. Robert A. Emmons and Dr. Michael E. McCullough, who have done much research about gratitude, asked all participants in one study to write a few sentences each week, focusing on particular topics. One group wrote about things they were grateful for that had occurred during the…

Pearl of Great Price

Jill Carattini’s article Transfigured, found on the website of Ravi Zacharias’ International Ministries, tells the story of a priceless discovery. A lady named Barbara Krensavage insisted that clams are not a regular part of her diet. Yet on one snowy evening in December she found herself craving an old recipe and thus brought home four dozen quahogs — a clam particularly abundant along the Eastern shores of the United States, between Cape Cod and New…