Keep Moving

There is a road sign in town that always seems to grab my attention. The sign is placed at a major intersection, where the traffic in the far right lane is about to turn into a four lane road. It has two words on it: Keep Moving. The sign is there for one main purpose:... Continue Reading →

Empty Chairs

Spring break is over and no one came back. Sunday services were yesterday but we did not meet physically. There will be a Monday Night Devotional tonight at 7:30pm, only on social media. Wednesday will be here soon and there will be no college students to feed. For bible class, there will be empty chairs.... Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones

If you haven't heard, there is a show called Game of Thrones and the story is basically that: kingdoms battling and vying to claim the throne, doing whatever is necessary to accomplish that goal. What if I told you that the idea of Game of Thrones has been around for some time now but the... Continue Reading →

Cinderella Story

It's that time of year again, when some 68 teams are put into a bracket and only one team comes out on top. Throughout the next couple of weeks, a phrase will be heard and written all across sports media platforms. That phrase is, "A Cinderella Story." The question that basketball fans and sports enthusiasts... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter from a Minister

To Whom It May Concern: Ministry is tough. This statement truly only resonates with those who are or have been involved in any type of ministry, but it is true nonetheless. When I leave the office, I am never really leaving the office. I take my work home with me. I drive home, thinking about... Continue Reading →

Our Weakest Point

It only took a handful of months for planning. 353 planes. 2,403 Americans killed. 1,178 others were wounded. Today marks the 77th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. On December 7, 1941 at 7:48, Hawaiian Time, 353 planes were launched from six aircraft carriers and attacked Pearl Harbor. It was the biggest surprise attack... Continue Reading →

What Love Can Look Like

I came across this link to a news article and I had to share it. Here is an excerpt from the article: A touching moment at an Alabama doctor’s office went viral after a man offered to hold a woman’s sleeping baby so she could fill out paperwork. When Jade West was handed forms to... Continue Reading →

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