Whatever Happened To Holy?

By Myrna Conrad Webster’s definition of Holy is “exalted or worthy of complete devotion as one perfect in goodness and righteousness; divine. God’s Word uses Holy exclusively in relation to God or something pertaining to God. Even Webster’s definition as “one perfect in goodness and righteousness” can only be descriptive...
By Pastor Doug Stauffer Another Thanksgiving Day has come and gone! Although I see my favorite holiday in my rearview mirror, my thankfulness should never subside. This holiday is a day of giving thanks, thus “thanks-giving,” but thanks to whom and thanks for what? Don’t misunderstand me; I am thankful...
By Myrna Conrad This month we will celebrate Thanksgiving. It is a holiday set aside to get together with family or friends and celebrate all that we have to be thankful for. Being aware of our blessings is important and should not be relegated to one day a year. I find...

Loved One

By Sean Dietrich Hi. This is your late loved one speaking. I don’t have long, so listen up because I have a lot I want to tell you. First off, I get it. Ever since I left this world you have missed me, and I know you’re bracing for the holidays without...

Gifts

By Rick Moore Buying presents for others is easier when you know what they like to collect. When someone asks me what they can buy for my mom, I let them know she collects teapots, which makes selecting a gift for her simple. My dad used to collect rare and...
By Pastor Doug Stauffer I joined the Air Force midway through my senior year and arrived at Eglin Air Force Base one year later. After two years on the base, I moved to Okaloosa Island, where I lived “the life” in one of two top-floor apartments of a four-plex at...

Mother Mary

By Sean Dietrich I‘m sitting with my Methodist mother-in-law in the living room. We are replaying old memories like worn out records. There is a ballgame playing in the background. Braves are winning. She sits in her wheelchair, nursing a nightly glass of Metamucil. I am sitting in a fold-up rollator...
By Myrna Conrad There are so many discrepancies in our world today that it is hard to know who or what to trust. Trust is a “firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability or strength of someone or something.” I do believe that it is harder to trust today than it...
By Myrna Conrad Webster defines responsibility as “the quality or state of being responsible: such as a moral or mental accountability; reliability, trustworthiness; something for which one is responsible. There seems to be a trend today of people looking for ways to avoid responsibility and blame others for their mistakes...
By Pastor Doug Stauffer America has proven to be the most blessed nation on earth for about the last two and a half centuries. As is generally the case, the few selflessly sacrifice for the many. Some sacrifice by enlisting with the military for love of country (or serving on...

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