Editorial

Almost another highway fatality

I almost bought the farm. The phrase “I bought the farm” probably originated during WWII and referred to a soldier who was killed in battle. His death benefit was often sufficient for the …

Politicians and their promises

THINKSTOCKPHOTO.COM/Special I know some politicians who are good, honest, capable leaders who represent their constituency with faithfulness and courage. They are public servants working in a …

The blurring of sexual identity

thinkstockphotos.com Target is the second largest discount retailer in the United States, behind Walmart. The first Target store was opened in Roseville, MN in 1962, but as of 2015 operated 1,802 …

How to make $5,000 a minute

I am a Georgia Bulldog fan. I have two sons who are graduates of the University of Georgia. I have a granddaughter who will graduate from UGA in May. I follow the Georgia football program with great …

Governor Deal's ostrich syndrome

thinkstockphotos.com Governor Nathan Deal not only abandoned his Republican base and the faith-based community when he vetoed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act passed by both the Georgia House …

I had a new and wonderful experience recently that significantly impacted my life. A former staff member and a dear friend asked me to mentor him through his Doctor of Ministry program at …

When the United States Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage last June 26th I knew that would eventually open the door to all kinds of aberrant sexual behavior. What I didn't realize was how …

Names are important

thinkstockphotos.com Years ago I heard a story told by a student in a nursing school. I may not get it exactly right, but I hope the point is driven home to your heart. The student had come down to …

Editorial: Crisis and complacency

thinkstockphotos.com I do not play golf. Oh, I have played occasionally in the past, but my game was so erratic and discouraging that it was really not much fun. I enjoyed the company of those with …

Abandoned and disappointed

thinkstockphotos.com On Monday morning, March 28, Governor Nathan Deal announced that he intended to veto HB 757, or the “Free Exercise Protection Act." Following his announcement he proceeded to …

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