Faith
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The hot topic in the country, at least until late Tuesday night, is undoubtedly the upcoming election. Most Americans will cast a vote for the candidate of their choosing, which seems to land in one … more
 To all you dads who are still influencing me and have modeled fatherhood for me, I thank you.  Keep up the good work! I was surprised at their attitudes.  Really, it was no big … more
Traveling from Mt Juliet to Murfreesboro where the MJ Bears were to take on Blackman, my mind wandered back many years to my football days. Times have changed greatly since I was a … more
 Two thousand-plus years ago according to Matthew 16:18 Jesus Christ built HIS church. Acts 20:7 says that on the first day of the week the disciples (called Christians first at Antioch) came … more
People are lining up in record numbers across this nation to cast their vote. Ballots are including everyone seeking an office from the local level to the highest office in the land. Your candidate … more
Elders Cameron Alleman and Braydon Ludlow were called to serve as full-time missionaries in the Tennessee Knoxville mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  They are … more
It’s fall, y’all, and fall is my favorite season on the year...at least, right now it’s my favorite. Morning walks in the neighborhood are crisp; It gets light later and dark … more
 Our family is loving the beautiful fall weather! We’ve built bonfires, played pickleball, and walked in the woods. Our windows are wide open, and we are soaking up the sunshine. While the … more
I once had a leaking supply line under a sink cabinet at our house. We were not aware it had a small drip causing water to leak behind the cabinet, onto the wall, and under the flooring. What we … more
Everyone is encouraged and invited to attend a Community Prayer Event, at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020, at White County Courthouse. Regardless of political or church affiliations, White Countians are … more
The woman on the opposite bench was barking orders on her cell phone loud enough for five counties to hear, all while parking herself 30 feet away on this perfect starry night.  If she had not … more
Katie Grace was on the phone with Nahnee when I interrupted to offer Papa greetings. “Hey Papa,” she drawled. “Congratulations on your graduation.” Earlier that afternoon, … more
 Two out of three seems like pretty good odds. That’s two chances to win out of every three tries, six out of every nine. That’s a 66 percent chance of getting it right. Two-thirds … more
Although we do not know the exact date it began, we do know that Mt. Pisgah Methodist Church was established in 1820.  It was founded at the arbor of trees called the Old Camp Ground now … more
Glancing around my office, I see chaos: coffee cups, paper clips, note pads, empty and crammed-full file folders, empty and half-filled boxes, overflowing trash can, papers stacked high and waiting … more
 Sometimes I hate it when she’s right.  At least, I dislike it in the short moment my heart is convicted and I have to apologize.  Yet, I am grateful for my wife’s … more
Steve Qualls, pastor at Christpoint Church in Sparta, and his wife, Tena, recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to be a part of the National Prayer Walk. “Franklin Graham had organized a … more
 It destroys jobs, kills relationships, and causes isolation and failure, and it succeeds in distancing us from God. It challenges God’s sovereignty and washes down the need for … more
It was one of the most exhilarating moments in life, followed by three hours of disappointment. Yet, that moment illustrates perfectly our battle in life, especially mine as a father and … more
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