A Matter Of Honor

Honor. That word became part of my regular vocabulary when I entered a military academy, at age seventeen. All these years later, I’ve spent the week contemplating what it actually means. A recent edition of Imprimis shared a speech by Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas. He spoke of his service with the Army at Arlington... Continue Reading →

New Year, Same Race

I learned everything I needed to know about New Year’s resolutions by being in Weight Watchers. I participated in Weight Watchers for several years, but I never liked going to meetings in January. The meetings were always crowded with new people signing up. It wouldn’t have been bothersome if those people were really committed to... Continue Reading →

Matrimony Next To Godliness

Until I was about thirty, I thought the Bible only gave instructions to married people. Sermons I heard on singleness had a time constraint; they were all about what to do “while you’re still single.” I Corinthians 7 might be mentioned, but until recently, I hadn’t heard a sermon that delved into what it meant.... Continue Reading →

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