Intro TV is a vast subject to ponder. So I want to focus on one piece – “Classic TV” – the hits of the past and what made them great in a series over the coming months. There are plenty of shows that could appear on a classics list but I am starting with […]Continue reading
This came to me as a forwarded email from a relative and I have no idea of its author or origin.
That said, it’s an interesting and uplifting email message and the graphics are outstanding.
I hope you enjoy it as much as my wife, Lynn, and I do.
At 70 years of age Jeanne Robertson is at the peak of her profession/calling as a humorous speaker of clean humorous stories at conferences and gatherings from churches to business meetings.Continue reading
Introduction This post suggests a very different kind of summer vacation – a mission trip. Its one that either individuals or families can try. This suggestion comes from our own family’s life-changing experience in 1995. Our trip was a Christian faith-based mission trip and if that is something you are open to, great. Even […]Continue reading
Back in 1932, I was 32 years old and a fairly new husband. My wife, Nettie and I were living in a little apartment on Chicago’s Southside. One hot August afternoon I had to go to St. Louis, where I was to be the featured soloist at a large revival meeting. I didn’t want to go.Continue reading
This is a powerful ad campaign to show adults that children will mimic what they see… especially from people who are supposed to be their role models.Continue reading