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Richard L. Floyd
When I was eighteen years old my mother died.
Many church folks are guilty of confusing assimilation and unity to the detriment of the people they try to welcome into churches.
John A. Nelson
A friend said that she was ready to tackle most sorts of household repair.
Most days I love being a pastor. Today's not one of them.
At a writing workshop at the Iowa Summer Writing Festival, our teacher, Sands Hall, gave us exercises from her book, Tools of the Writers Craft.
Leadership coach Marshal Goldsmith often encounters "winning addiction" in his CEO clients.
This fig business has always confused me.
Summer at the lake, and I'm trying out a borrowed paddleboard.
The memory of the national tragedy that befell us on September 11, 2001 turns 16 years old today.
Quinn G. Caldwell
When the artist Seamus Moran visited the Tower of London, his attention was arrested by a disturbing sight: standing amid the rows of suits of armor for men and horses, a little metal outfit, maybe two and a half feet tall.