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  • by Brent Martin
Those who are familiar with sheep, however, can tell you there are two basic sheep personalities: those which understand the protection of their shepherd and will follow him anywhere, and those that are rebellious, wild and just plain dumb.
  • by Janet Treadway
I live in the lovely little town of Milford, Ohio, and every Wednesday I look forward to receiving the neighborhood paper for our community. The paper is filled with local happenings, events, awards and such, but close to the back of the paper it also lists court filings.
  • by Robert H Berendt
In the midst of a devastating event in the year A.D. 64, Roman Emperor Nero is credited with ignoring the reality of what was happening around him, choosing instead to "play the fiddle" as Rome burned to the ground.
  • by Debra Doss
"I will not let You go unless You bless me!" These words were spoken by Jacob as he wrestled with God.
  • by James Osborne
A Christian life is not immune to hardships and disappointments.
  • by Robert Worsham
The sun was setting and the Sabbath had just begun on a very cold and cloudy night this past January.
  • by Dan Dowd
Are you tired? It seems that I am most of the time; and when I ask the question to others, many times I get the response, "Who isn't?"
  • by Michelle Grovak
As I prepared to leave the house for a day of errands, the newspaper open to the obituary page on the kitchen table caught my eye.
  • by Peter Hawkins
One evening I was sitting on the porch meditating on creation. While observing the life around me, a family of deer walked by.
  • by Dan Dowd
George Barna is a famous pollster and author of a number of books specializing in Christian topics.
  • by Tina Rupp
In elementary school we learn the critical fire safety phrase "stop, drop and roll." This valuable instruction has saved many physical lives.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Sometime ago a friend visiting from England and I were ordering dinner at a restaurant. After he ordered a steak, the waitress asked him, "Sirloin or tenderloin? Eight-ounce or 10-ounce? Rare, medium or well-done?" With each question my friend seemed to think he was finished. He ordered a salad and was asked, "Greek, Green or Taco?"
  • by Newton Baker
In July 1862 after the Seven Days' Battle at Harrison's Landing, Virginia, resulting in the loss of 600 of his troops, General Daniel Butterfield also lay wounded.