“No! We’re not leaving! The officials beat us and threw us in jail without a trial even though we are Roman citizens. Now they want to get rid of us quietly? I don’t think so! Let them come and escort us out!” These were the words of the apostle Paul to the officers who had … More When There’s a Lot at Stake
Last Friday night Waylon and I watched the riveting movie Unbroken—the life of Louis Zamperini, a renowned WWII veteran. He was a true American hero if there ever was one. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. However, I must warn you—it is intense and allows little room to breathe while watching it. … More Forgiveness. Easy to Say. Hard to Do.
“Mamma, can I buy some Gatorade at the concession stand?” asked the precious little four-year-old girl at the ballpark where her older brother was about to finish his game. “No,” her mother replied. But as an after-thought to soften the refusal, she added ingeniously (in my opinion), “Do you know how they make Gatorade? They … More Hats Off to Moms!