Religion

  • RELIGION: The one ring

    This past weekend I was sitting in the kitchen minding my own business when all of a sudden I heard Samantha cry out, "I've lost my wedding ring." She frantica…

  • RELIGION: Let the Son make you free

    "They answered him, We be Abraham's seed, and were never in bondage to any man: how sayest thou, Ye shall be made free? Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I …

  • RELIGION: Faint, flee or forward

    One of my first 'real' jobs was working for a company that did bus conversions. We'd take old Greyhound buses and turn them into homes that people would use to…

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    RELIGION: Obsolete tech

    Have you ever stopped to notice how quickly technology becomes obsolete? I can still remember the first cell phone I ever saw. My dad drove a truck for a count…

  • RELIGION: Passion of the Christ

    "The Passion of the Christ" was a movie that came out in 2004 which featured the trial and crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth. I liked it -- still do -- because …

  • religion: One word says it all!

    "After this, Jesus knowing that all things were now accomplished, that the scripture might be fulfilled, saith, I thirst. Now there was set a vessel full of vi…

  • RELIGION: Infuriated by insects

    Two weeks ago, I wrote a column entitled "Intimidated by Insects." This week, I submit to you part 2 of this series on bugs: Infuriated by Insects.

  • RELIGION: Government waste

    I don't know whether you've noticed this or not, but occasionally our federal government engages in practices that could be described as "inane."Take, for exam…

  • RELIGION: Pig Trail

    In July 2021, we moved to Siloam Springs from Georgia. We decided to take the 12-hour trip over the span of two days, so we spent the night before our official…

  • RELIGION: The runner

    Driving the bus early in the morning, watching the sun rise, I see a lot of runners out on the streets. One I see quite frequently is my fellow columnist Jerem…

  • RELIGION: What you leave behind (on the bus)

    Being a school bus driver, I see a lot of what could be called "quirky" behaviors. Now I'm not talking about misbehaviors, which we deal with on a daily basis.…