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Today's Opinions

  • Mountaintop or resurrection disciple?
  • Humility is the balloon stomp game

    I think one of the most highly valued character traits listed in the Bible is humility. The Bible is consistent in proclaiming if you are arrogant or prideful there are many bad consequences. If you are humble before the Lord you earn the highest praise from God, and our humility opens doors in our lives for God to use us.  

  • Getting up there in years

    By Ginger Lumpkin

    I decided to work from McDonald's today. As I was squinting to read the menu board, a crew member cheerfully said, "Here! This will help,” and she handed me a large print menu.

  • A guide to enjoying and appreciating art

    When you encounter a painting, a novel, a song, a movie, or just a piece of verse, there are several ways to enjoy it. I’m no expert on this subject, but four main approaches come to mind.

  • Celebration of the power of love

    If any of my readers wonder if it is time to have a baby, here are some helpful tests to take to decide if you are ready. 

    This first test is the “Mess test.” Smear peanut butter on the sofa and curtains. Place a fish stick behind the couch and leave it there all summer.  

  • The Kentucky Derby is like no other

    For a long time, I’ve compared Derby to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but I didn’t really think it was a good comparison until I actually went. The Derby you see on TV is a very classy, dignified type of thing. It’s quiet, attended by well-dressed and well-composed people. You can almost hear the classical music playing in the background.

  • The Kentucky Derby is like no other

    For a long time, I’ve compared Derby to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but I didn’t really think it was a good comparison until I actually went. The Derby you see on TV is a very classy, dignified type of thing. It’s quiet, attended by well-dressed and well-composed people. You can almost hear the classical music playing in the background.

  • The Kentucky Derby is like no other

    For a long time, I’ve compared Derby to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but I didn’t really think it was a good comparison until I actually went. The Derby you see on TV is a very classy, dignified type of thing. It’s quiet, attended by well-dressed and well-composed people. You can almost hear the classical music playing in the background.