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I love to think of faraway places.   Those beautiful lands that I have visited over and over again come to my mind first it seems; places like the Rocky Mountains, or the Smokies... more
Many students in Bedford County are reaching for excellence. They aren’t letting any obstacles get in their way. The proof is in the number of Honor Roll students listed. more
This world gets weirder every day. What some people think is appropriate in public amazes me.   more
In 2005, I knew that I needed a break from ministry to troubled people. I had been helping addicts find deliverance and a new life in Christ for nearly 30 years... more
It is National Candy Corn Day. Yay! (One of my favorite candies.) It is the 303rd day of the year, and the 44th Saturday of 2021, with just 62 days left in the year.   more
Do you think vampires are real? I’m talking about blood-drinking, forever-young ghouls of the night who shapeshift into bats and are weak to crucifixes and sunlight.   more
I have long been an admirer of the godly women and men who have lived throughout history and who practiced their piety and Christ-like example before others. more
I occasionally encounter people who claim they have never heard of United Way.   more
I am reminded by friends and family every day that I am getting older, but lately I have experienced a couple of reminders which have truly convinced me time is indeed flying by.   more
Back in the early 70s I moved to a town on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains to attend a small Bible college, sight unseen.   more
According to the most recent census data, 1 in 5 people in Shelbyville are living in poverty.   more
There are a lot of theories as to why people no longer read print newspapers. Still, we have thousands who continue still read the Times-Gazette. It would take much more than this column to explain. more
I know a lot of people think their mother was the best…the best cook…the best baker…the best comforter…the best Mom.   more
I love newspapers. If you are reading this column, it probably means you share that love.  As we celebrate the National Newspaper Week, it’s an appropriate time for me to reflect. more
Over the years I have had my experiences with “foot-in-mouth-disorder.”   more
A chicken pot pie was probably the last meal Edwin Fannin will ever cook for me.  He and his wife, Dardie, have sold The Coffee Break. They are moving to Alabama. more
Someone once said, and no one has been given credit for this statement, “A fallen leaf is nothing more than a summer’s wave goodbye.”   more
My lifelong personal hero is a man known to millions around the world. He is an historical personality admired and followed by billions of faithful adherents for several thousand years. more
Watching the tragedies of Sept. 11, 2001, were difficult for all of us.    more
You know what? I believe in healing. I believe in Divine Healing. I believe that Jesus Christ, the long promised Messiah, is the Healer.    more
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