Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Oct 28, 2014
Love eh, the most excellent way, how do we sum this up. What is the main point I’d like to make about love? Well it’s this, “Love is the pursuit of relationships.”
Well what would that look like?
Let me tell you about a couple of young men who were born in the same town back early in the last
Contributed by Dwight Clough on Dec 29, 2012
Imagine for a moment that you were a child in a super rich family. If you wanted a new car, it’s yours. If you wanted a week in Europe or in the South Pacific, no problem. For you, money is no object. Whatever you want is yours.
Most of us will never be in that situation. But, in reality, we are
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 18, 2012
DREAM BIG: GOOGLE'S FOUNDERS
In 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin picked the number one followed by 100 zeroes while they were still graduate students at Stanford University. That number in mathematical terms is called a googol, and that became the name of their new enterprise. Today, Google
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 16, 2011
PRAYER AND PRESIDENT LINCOLN
A clergyman from New York, during a call on President Lincoln at the White House, said: "I have not come to ask any favors of you, Mr. President; I have only come to say that the loyal people of the North are sustaining you and will continue to do so. We are giving
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 7, 2009
WHAT DO YOU SAY?
Winnie the Pooh and Piglet were walking along he road in companionable silence. Then Piglet asks Pooh: "When you wake up in the morning, what do you say?"
Pooh answered, "I say, ’What’s for breakfast?’ What do you say, Piglet?"
Piglet answers, "I say, ’I wonder what
Contributed by Richard Goble on Oct 30, 2007
As I was growing up with a younger brother and sister, one of our favorite games to play was baseball. We had a plastic bat and ball, and we would team up with some of the neighborhood kids and play ball in the back yard.
On one particular occasion my mom took our bat away from us because we were
Contributed by Mary Lewis on May 11, 2001
One of my all-time favorite movies is “Mr. Holland’s Opus.” It’s the story of a musician who really just wants to be a composer. Rather grudgingly, he takes a job teaching music at the local high school, supposing it will give him time to write music while providing an income for he and his wife.