If you are even a casual patron of the movie theater, you are familiar with the final reel before the curtains retract to full wide, the lights dim and the film commences — the obnoxious "no texting" reminder.
Our congregation recently commemorated Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. It is a special day set aside to remember and reflect on the Jan. 22, 1973, Supreme Court decision that legalized the killing of unborn children by abortion.
When someone thinks of a kitchen, they’re probably conjuring up a warm room with a table and chairs, a fridge (or ice-box) and a stove emanating incredible aromas. The stove was the heart and soul of the kitchen. Without it, where would we be?
“You should write a book!” they say. They are people who have never written a book, thus the speed and casual way with which they encourage someone else to do so. They think of seeing the finished product, not the work that goes into it.