The Rev. Dr. Jared Cramer has been busy writing this summer. He’s been filling his blog with post after post about what’s going on in the Episcopal Church.
Please don’t judge me, but I’ll let you in on a little secret: I don’t own a comb, nor do I own a brush. Of course, If you’ve ever seen me in person, I’m sure that was already assumed.
On the way home, the Michigan Department of Transportation posted a flashing message along southbound U.S. 31 to warn of the traffic delays in Grand Haven due to the fireworks show.
Although Catholic moral theology has consistently condemned contraception, it has not always been the church battleground that it is today.
Wendi Winters took a course in active shooter training, and that training saved one life and may have saved five others who survived the violent rampage in Capital Gazette offices on June 28.
Parents are always the lead “teacher” for their children, but this is never more true than in the summer months when seven hours of formal teaching and learning are replaced with a more open, relaxed schedule.
Across America, political boundaries have been configured to give one party an edge in the contest for partisan control of the state Legislatures and congressional delegation.
On a recent trip to Israel, we were reminded that every Jewish Israeli citizen must serve in the military, or Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). The length of service is two years and eight months for men, and two years for women.
We receive threats on occasion telling us if we run an item in the court report about them that there will be a price to pay. We don't create the issue that causes the item to appear in the court report, we just publish the result of the criminal activity.
The blue skies, the warm sunshine and all the different shades of green make for a divine artistic masterpiece.
ome bloggers have few words, such as Ryan McCarthy, who expresses his viewpoint in stunning photography of West Michigan parks and natural settings.
We were in the South recently, in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. It’s a charming city with a rich history and a lively cultural scene, and we had a marvelous time.
As a young psychologist in the 1980s who had researched treatment of the mentally ill, I was concerned by many reports suggesting that the growing number of homeless people may be due to deinstitutionalization.
When I was a journalism student at Central Michigan University in the 1970s, many aspiring reporters yearned to be another Bob Woodward or Carl Bernstein.
I turned the knob of the car radio down, and as AC/DC softly bellowed "Hells Bells," I thought, "That's exactly what my parents used to tell me about my music when I was a kid."