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There is a story that I’m afraid is altogether true in many cases across this country and for way too many families. The story is told of a little girl waiting on her father to come and pick … more
 Don’t you just love GPS?  I know I do.  When I moved to White County a little over three years ago, Google Maps was like a voice out of heaven, giving me directions to all the … more
How are you coming with your Christmas list? Not what you want to get, but what do you want to give to others? ...and what kind of spirit do you want to share with those around you? Please allow … more
Hampton’s Crossroads Baptist Church has participated in Operation Christmas Child for several years. Operation Christmas Child is part of Samaritan’s Purse, a ministry started by Billy … more
 We’ve spent the last few articles discussing the armor of God Paul talks about in the sixth chapter of Ephesians. The most important aspect to remember is that if God had not intended for … more
 Genesis 1:1 says in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. The place in the universe where man lives is the earth, 93,000,000 miles from the sun and with one moon rotating around … more
 The summer following my high school graduation, I was employed as a lifeguard at Otter Lake near my hometown of Madisonville, Kentucky. Part of my job was sitting on an elevated chair, blowing … more
I admit, I’m a Thanksgiving/Christmas purist.  Don’t even talk to me about Christmas until the Friday morning after I’ve enjoyed a good turkey dinner the day … more
 In the beginning, God CREATED man and then from his rib he CREATED woman. The man was male and the woman was female. They were commanded by God to multiply and replenish the earth. Together … more
 Football teams, soccer clubs, doctors, nurses, businesses, armed forces members, police officers, and even 70s rock bands have a common denominator, and that is they all suit up for work. Each … more
All of us are surely tired of 2020. The pandemic, chaos, hatred, and political division of our country have provided us with plenty to dislike about this year. What a contrast…comparing the … more
A soldier crouches, readying himself for the attack. When the fighting begins, it will be swift and decisive. He is only as strong as the team around him and only protected and successful as the … more
In Luke 10:25-37, a story is told of a man going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among thieves, which took his raiment (clothes) and wounded him and left, leaving him half dead. A priest and … more
 “...upon your profession of faith in Christ, your Lord and Savior, I baptize you in the name of the Father, in the name of the Son, and in the name of the Holy Ghost.” The words … more
“You have given me the shield of your salvation, and your right hand supported me, and your gentleness made me great.” – Psalm 18:35  Gentleness, it’s a topic we dads … more
 Psalms 1-6, Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the … more
 I once had a conversation with my pastor and asked him how he dealt with the pressures of pastoring, the heaviness accumulated through the volume of people, and how he seemed to keep it all … more
 Married men, this Family Forte is specifically for you.  Do you remember the 1995s hit movie, “Braveheart,” starring Mel Gibson?  This box-office success was a … more
Vernon and Carol Randle are friends of ours in Williamsburg, Virginia. We met at lunch one Sunday, a few years ago, when Dan Kennedy at the Old Chickahominy House offered to seat us together  … more
 We never had the opportunity to engage in wrestling in our school system, in White County, Tennessee, because it wasn’t offered. I would have had absolutely no interest in the sport at … more
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