On Monday, second amendment advocates and a fair number of white supremacists, marched on Virgina’s capitol to protest a perceived infringement on their constitutional right to bear arms known as a Red Flag law, which allow courts to temporarily restrict an individuals right to possess firearms if they are found to be a danger to themselves or
Please bear with me as I try to get through this.
I feel like I’ve been procrastinating trying to write this column. Maybe it’s because I don’t want the facts to be true.
On Sunday morning, my good friend Kevin Flannagan was found passed away at his home in Huntsville, Ala. He was 39.
I didn’t make any New Year’s resolutions. For me, they’re just not practical.
First Baptist Church continued to expand when in December 1959, the house of Frank Nicholson on the NW side of Horne and Walnut Streets was purchased and removed to make room for a paved parking lot. Next, in 1960, Otis Foster, whose home was located on the lot adjoining the church, sold his house to the church.
The holiday season is finally over, and life is slowing down a bit. Everyone has made their New Year’s resolutions to be the best versions of themselves for 2020. But how many of you have made the resolution before and slipped off the wagon?
This psalm answers the question of “Why am I here?” What is the point of life? The reason for our existence and all creation is to glorify God. The words of the psalm reflect a sanctified heart longing for the creation and the redeemed of God to praise the Lord.
While many, myself included, have hunkered down these past few weekends to avoid severe weather, our first responders have not.
Today, we celebrated the 91st birthday of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
While I was never alive to hear him speak, it’s easy to see his impact on America. He was one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century.