Commentary

Whither the Rainbow?

  1. 01st December 2018
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

There it is, the rainbow flag, proudly waving at “Gay Pride” celebrations throughout the Western world, as the homosexual and transgender community demonstrates its political and social clout. This small demographic has pressed for recognition, shattering millennia of societal taboos and resulting in a forced acceptance of behavior that is universally...

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The Power of Thought

  1. 27th November 2018
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

Thoughts are powerful. Our thoughts produce words and actions, which bring either positive or negative consequences. Thoughts do have real power, as is demonstrated in the Bible.

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Mr. Know It All

  1. 24th November 2018
  2. Brian Pomicter

The mystery of the future is one of the captivating elements in the mind of a young person as he or she imagines life ahead. Children come to wonder about their personal futures. A young boy may declare that when he grows up, he wants to fly jet aircraft. One of my own sons wanted to operate heavy earth moving equipment. My granddaughter wants to be a princess....

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Are You Thankful?

  1. 20th November 2018
  2. Richard F. Ames

As millions across the United States prepare to gather around their tables for Thanksgiving Day feasts on this upcoming fourth Thursday in November, we should take a moment to consider the blessings we have received—and the source of those blessings!

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How Can I Help?

  1. 17th November 2018
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

Some people are helpers by nature. It is part of their personality to be caring, helpful, and insightful regarding the needs of other people. Being a helper is an important aspect of God’s nature, and one to which we should all aspire. How can we help, and why is it important?

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Vision and Reality

  1. 15th November 2018
  2. William Williams

Before he secured his fame as “Mark Twain,” the iconic American writer Samuel Langhorne Clemens started out seeking the wild and adventurous life of a Mississippi riverboat pilot. However, when Clemens discovered that piloting a riverboat was as much a demanding science as an adventure, he almost became too discouraged to continue, fearing that the demands of...

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False Labels

  1. 13th November 2018
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

This commentary is non-GMO, all natural, gluten free, and contains no cholesterol, anti-biotics, hormones, trans-fats, or high fructose corn syrup. There is no extremely fine print filled with legalese at the end, and no guy talking ninety miles per hour unintelligibly to cover all of the exceptions, ifs, ands, and wherefores. But, false labels are everywhere.

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A Special Sweetness

  1. 10th November 2018
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Hurricane Michael, a powerful Category 4 storm, recently roared ashore in the Florida Panhandle before veering northeast with high winds, record breaking rainfall, widespread flooding, astounding amounts of property damage, and power outages for millions of people. Vacationers scattered, residents evacuated, and emergency crews prepared for the worst. There were...

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The Fantasy of Winning the Lottery

  1. 08th November 2018
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

I suppose most people have entertained the fantasy of winning the lottery. How about you? What would you do with all of that sudden wealth? Even children daydream about finding buried treasure, perhaps inspired by a book or a movie such as Treasure Island, or another of the many with that theme.

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