When the forest animals leave the woods and come upon a cross walk, a traffic cop stops them from crossing. Will they be allowed to cross if they cannot walk?
How can life be the same when Daddy is no longer there? Purple Balloons for Daddy relates a message of childhood resolution to live with the love of Daddy in absence of his presence.
Renowned evangelist Ken Freeman uses analogy for sharing your testimony in Toilet Bowl Christianity. Ken had more than his share of challenges growing up with an alcoholic, abusive mother, so sharing his testimony is inevitably quite painful. However, Revelations 12:11 reminds us that "[w]e overcome by the word of our testimony." Through his own past, he reminds us that God is always in control, and we often endure hardships in order that he might receive the glory of our victories.
From the old steamboats on the Ohio River to the regal fountain on Broadway and Main, Jim Grant takes inspiration from his hometown Madison, Indiana, for his poetry. Jim writes of quieter, slower times. A time when neighbors got together for a barn raising and the train was the fastest mode of transportation.