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Making friends

By Jan Miller Penton Here it is the middle of July before I can even turn around. The days, months, and even decades seem to ... Read more

Walking on Water in the Storms of Life

By Shannon Marshall We have had a tremendous amount of rain lately, no doubt. If it weren’t for the promise from God that He would ... Read more

Light My Candle, Lord

By Erlene Smith “For thou wilt light my candle: the Lord my God will enlighten my darkness. For by thee I have run through a ... Read more

Check water quality before going to the beach

By Skip Rigney My grandchildren live hundreds of miles from the nearest ocean. So when they visit us during the summer, we usually make an ... Read more

Back to the drawing board yet again

By Jan Miller Penton Last year, with all the turmoil of the pandemic many people changed their eating habits out of necessity. It was much ... Read more

Confessions of a former plant theif

By Felder Rushing Some people rescue wandering puppies or kittens; I rescue worms from sidewalks and neglected plants. With permission. Sometimes there is a roadside ... Read more

Hearing God in a Crisis

By Shannon Marshall I attended the McNeill 4th of July Celebration Saturday night. The fireworks show was a great one. One of my grandsons had ... Read more

Celebrating Our Independence

By Erlene Smith Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach  to any people. Proverbs 14:34 (KJV). We all probably enjoyed the Fourth of ... Read more

Unsung heroes of the Fourth of July

By Ronny Michel It was 245 years ago when 56 men gathered to sign the Declaration of Independence. The youngest was 26 years old and ... Read more

There’s not one way to have a great yard

By Felder Rushing For some gardeners, the expected manicured lawn, tightly pruned shrubs, and dedicated rose bed aren’t great fits. And it’s okay.    Maybe ... Read more

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