When we see a wishing well, it’s customary to throw in a coin and make a wish. It’s understood that this wish would be personal in nature. I want to encourage you to be a wishing well today and wish for others well being in kindness toward them.
Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard I’m a red-blooded American. I love my rights, I love my guns, I love my country, I love my freedoms. I am filled with patriotic pride whenever these things come into play and whenever this great country succeeds. I love the United States of America. It hit me whilst […]
We’re getting down to the most interesting passages in the Qur’an. It’s tough to decide because there are a lot of them—the Qur’an is about twenty percent shorter than the New Testament (all quotations are taken from Quran.com). #4 No Paternity Tests for Allah O People of the Scripture, do not commit excess in your […]
Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard Why do we hurt? In Bible classes and in sermons you have been pointed to scriptures such as James 1:2, which says, “Count it all joy my brethren, when you fall into various trials.” You may then find yourself wondering about that specific trial you are forced to […]