Richard L. Floyd
Christmas gift giving should be a simple matter, but often isn't.
Years ago I appeared in one congregation's home-grown musical rendition of the "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever," based on the book by Barbara Robinson (no relation)—a story of how the neighborhood terrors, the horrible Herdsmen kids, end up being the unlikely stars of the Christmas pageant.
We got a dozen chickens in June.
Kenneth L. Samuel
"Momma always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get."
A conflict is brewing in the church I serve, inspired by a sharp uptick of questionable behavior in worship over the past few years: Applause.
Emily C. Heath
There are some truly ridiculous stories in Scripture.
Our dentist is next to Alinia, the sixth best restaurant in the world.
I've moved to a new metropolis recently.
Quinn G. Caldwell
Every once in a while, some well-meaning person of goodwill will refer to my son's birth parents as his "real" parents.
Over the last few years, Christmas has gotten political.