Should We Have Church on Christmas Day?

Should We Have Church on Christmas Day? I love Christmas—the lights, the food, the family, the magic. But every year December 25 falls on a Sunday (as it does this year), I’m beyond troubled that some of my brethren will not meet. When I was interviewing for a congregation in Tennessee well over 10 years […]

42nd Annual Secretary of Defense Disability Awards Ceremony

42nd Annual Secretary of Defense Disability Awards Ceremony. Deputy Secretary of Defense – Dr. Kathleen Hicks Director, Diversity Management Operations Center – Mr. Clarence Johnson Keynote Speaker – COL Gregory D. Gadson, USA (Ret) Awards Associate Director, Disability Programs Directorate, closing statement – Mr. Sam Drummond Transcript Ladies and gentlemen, it is a pleasure to […]

Navy Recruit Training Command Graduation | October 21, 2022

Navy boot camp graduation from Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois, October 21, 2022. Transcript Yeah. Yeah. Mhm. Yeah. Live wow. As the parade of graduates approaches, we salute the states and territories whose sons and daughters will graduate today. Delaware Pennsylvania, New Jersey Georgia Connecticut Massachusetts Marilyn south Carolina. You have pictures Virginia New […]

Enduring the to the End

Enduring to the End I took this past Tuesday off and went to the first game of the ALDS as the Houston Astros faced the Seattle Mariners. I went downtown early for street fair and spent considerable time walking around Minute Maid seeking the right angle for pictures of the MLB postseason logo. There was […]

A Sign for Moses

A Sign for Moses As Moses was tending his father-in-law’s flock, he came to Mount Horeb (more commonly called Mount Sinai). There on the mountain was a bush that was aflame but refused to burn; as Moses went in for a closer look, Yahweh spoke to him and told him to come no closer and […]