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    The Bible Tells Me So

    03.31.19 | by Dr. Dale Wicker

    The event was fictional, recorded as it was in a novel way back in 1860.  In the book, there is a little boy was is sick and scared—for good reason, it turns out. So, using the story as inspiration, Anna Warner wrote a poem which is...

      Nobody Around Here Walks on Water

      03.24.19 | by Dr. Dale Wicker

      Nobody around here walks on water.  We all sink.  Only the strong hand of Jesus keeps us from drowning. “Nobody” is one of those absolute words that can be used mistakenly, as in when a point needs to be made about...

        Crossroads

        03.17.19 | by Dr. Dale Wicker

        The Christian Cross, as jewelry, is ubiquitous (for those in West Conway, this word means, “all over the place”).  People, and by people I mean mostly women, wear crosses a lot. And, the sign or symbol of the cross is found...

          When a Plan Comes Together

          03.10.19 | by Colby Crow

          Daylight savings time begins today.  It is a weird idea that started with New Zealand scientist George Vernon Hudson.   Hudson was not a Baptist, because we know that once the daylight is saved, it is always saved.   I...

            Going for Greener Grass

            03.03.19 | by Jenni Kailey

            When I was growing up, my Sunday School teacher was my mom. She challenged us to memorize the Ten Commandments. If we were able to do this, then she would award us with a pair of ceramic praying hands that she had painted. Week after week I...

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