Greg\'s Broccoli
November 2nd, 2021
The room was quiet as loved ones waited all around. The terrible illness that so savagely attacked his system had taken its course. The respirator had been removed due to a loss of brain function and ...  Read More
The Empty Cradle
October 14th, 2021
Donna Williams was fourteen years old when a good friend invited her to attend church with her family. The service was in the evening and was part of revival meetings at the church.  Revival meetings?...  Read More
Rescue The Perishing
September 7th, 2021
As they approached The Golden Age Nursing Home that fateful morning they could see the flames, smell the smoke and hear the cries of the imperished occupants. They had been traveling in the night to v...  Read More
Runs with Scissors
August 17th, 2021
It was my policy, as the administrator of a Kindergarten – 12th grade Christian school, to keep myself informed about day-to-day details of school life especially if there was a safety concern involve...  Read More
The Perfect Switch
July 29th, 2021
A friend of mine, J. S. Thomas, told me about growing up in Ewing Virginia as a member of a family with thirteen children. His father worked on the railroad and would often be gone from home two days ...  Read More
The Greatest Choice
June 8th, 2021
There are many stories that need to be shared with your family before you can no longer share them. Your loved ones need to know about their heritage and especially your journey to Christ. Take the ti...  Read More
Kawasaki Syndrome
April 27th, 2021
I married Konnie back in 1968 and we started a wonderful journey together. God had called me to the ministry two years earlier and the preparations to follow that path were well underway. School was b...  Read More
Running The Race
April 27th, 2021
I was so amazed at what I was seeing, that I began filming it with my phone.  Her team had struggled to keep up with the other teams on the 4x200 relay at the biggest middle school track event of the ...  Read More
When He Reached Down His Hand for Me
March 16th, 2021
In the spring of 1973, double bypass heart surgery had been performed on A. T. Humphries, but his future certainly did not look bright. He actually hung between life and death for nearly forty days. T...  Read More
The Grace of Life
March 16th, 2021
The hospital room seemed so small, so crowded, so sad.  My heart broke as I watched a mother weep for her premature newborn daughter who lay dying just a few feet away.  With a heavy heart and eyes th...  Read More
The Christmas Shoes Song
March 8th, 2021
I had just finished watching a music video by Christian artists, New Song. The site indicated that there had been almost five million others that had previously watched. Although it is well past Chris...  Read More
Kyle's Puzzle
October 27th, 2020
I recently had the opportunity to watch a thirteen-year-old boy named Kyle work on a jigsaw puzzle. The pieces of the puzzle were a little larger than the ones that I enjoy doing, but that is complete...  Read More
A Miracle of Grace
October 7th, 2020
It was a beautiful Michigan fall morning and after dropping her son off at school, she drove over to the shopping center to meet the girls for breakfast. She arrived a little early for their meeting, ...  Read More
Answering The Call
September 11th, 2020
It was a beautiful fall Tuesday in early September.  Our location in Michigan was bright and sunny. The students in our school were busy in the pursuit of academics, and their after school athletics. ...  Read More
Knocking on Heaven’s Door
August 11th, 2020
He was married to a wonderful, dedicated and beautiful Christian young lady. He was a hard-working man who had served his country in the Navy at the end of World War II. He was a member of the church ...  Read More
A Ring of Kindness
June 30th, 2020
One evening recently I was relaxing in my recliner, when my phone notified me that I had received some kind of message. When I opened my phone I saw a name that immediately caught my attention. It was...  Read More
The Anchor Holds
June 8th, 2020
She loved him with all the emotion that a 10 year old girl could possibly have, and she called him Daddy and he called her baby-doll. She had an older brother and a sweet mom, both of whom she loved d...  Read More
God Reached Down His Hand
May 4th, 2020
After school let out on that particular Friday, Toby Weaver and his younger brother Lee, gathered up their old beat-up baseball gloves and their old bat and ball and set out on an adventure. This trip...  Read More
Twice Saved by Blood
March 3rd, 2020
The burden of the events of this story had been borne in the heart of one of our Armed Force veterans for more than four decades. In telling me, and others, about the specifics of this story, Michael ...  Read More
The Double Miracle Baby
December 10th, 2019
Our world today offers many lifestyle choices for the young adult singles demographic group.  It’s a time that has been referred to as the freedom of singleness period. Often they are finished with th...  Read More
All In
December 10th, 2019
If there was a game with ball involved Dennis Clark loved it, and when it came to athletic competition he never gave less than his total effort.  He was always--all in! He played basketball, football,...  Read More
Rescued by Grace
December 10th, 2019
In our society today, ending the life of an unwanted baby is a very common event.  Governmental leaders and legislators have provided resources that facilitate these terrible procedures up until the t...  Read More
The Story of Two Blades
October 21st, 2019
His family was poor and he grew up living in the projects.  His mother was mentally ill, battling schizophrenia her whole life.  If that was not enough, he was constantly reminded that he had learning...  Read More
A Family of Grace
October 20th, 2019
After all the anticipation and the rigors of childbirth, she was finally here!  Carol had delivered a beautiful, healthy 7 lb.12 oz. baby girl.  All was right with the world and before long Carol and ...  Read More