Several years ago, I spent several hours/week doing research (and meeting with other pastors) about pastoral health and vitality for my denomination.
I've been reading Paul Harding's debut novel, Tinkers, which was this year's surprise Pulitzer Prize winner. It's a modest tome -- slim of build, light in the hand.
Conservationist John L. Wathen a.k.a.
After his unanimous approval by the Senate Armed Services Committee as the new Afghan war commander, General David Petraeus was pictured in The Washington Post with a broad smile and thu
Hans Peterson, a good friend of mine, died two months ago in a work-related accident.
When I got a press release announcing that Spike Jonze was the executive producer of The Lazarus Effect,
The heart-chilling news flashed through West Virginia's Coal River valley, a darkening pall on the blue sky afternoon of April 5, 2010, one day after Easter's hope-filled celebration of resurrectio
I have never been as conscious of the incredible hope of the Easter message as I have been this last Easter.
I grew up in the water world. My dad worked for the water department in Dallas and served as director of Austin water and wastewater.