Brother will deliver brother over to death, and the father his child, and children will rise against parents and have them put to death. Matthew 10:21 Update: We are offering an audio recording of Miss Daisy telling us her story
Charm is a way of getting the answer yes without asking a clear question. Albert Camus Come down over here and sit next to me. I’ve got a story I need to get off my chest. Right there. That’ll do.
With Psalm 90 and Proverbs 27:20 as his text, “Dr. Bob,” Jr. delivers his final Sunday sermon before his death on November 12th. It’s quite long and . . . well, pretty odd. Jim Berg begins the service with the
Five years ago today — this hour, in fact — I was in my Meeting of Doom. When I wrote that Ebenezer description in 2008, I was too timid to name names. Now I will. Darren Lawson, Dean of the
Ten years ago, while we were still weeping over our daughter’s still birth, the nation joined me in the weeping. At least that’s how it felt to me. We attended a Thomas Hampson concert later that fall, and he sang
“I’m not the servant!” Peter said. “Nor am I!” said Matthew. Quietly, Jesus got up from the table, took off his robe, picked up a basin of water, knelt down, and started to wash his friends’ feet. “You can’t,” Peter
[ti_audio media=”2704″] If you want a raise in pay, all you have to do Is go and ask Bob 3 for it, and he will give it to you! He will give it to you, my friends, he will give