Contributed by Doug Fannon on Oct 19, 2018
In the military we had a term that we called “square fillers.” We would have a check-list of requirements and before each requirement or inspection item, there would be printed a little square . When each requirement was completed, you would check off the appropriate square.
The term came to
Contributed by Davon Huss on May 7, 2014
Horror writer Stephen King says this: "Organized religion
Contributed by Kevin Karhoff on Mar 5, 2013
RELATIONSHIPS INSIDE AND OUT
If I saw our relationship (with his wife) as a bunch of rules I had to keep, I would quickly become bitter and miserable. I would likely rebel and break the rules when she wasn’t paying attention. But I am passionately in love with my wife and that translates into
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 12, 2011
THE HYPOCRISY OF ROBERT COURTNEY
Before his arrest, Robert Courtney served as a deacon at Northland Cathedral, an Assembly of God Church in Kansas City. In 1990, Courtney began purchasing pharmaceuticals on the gray market and using them to fill prescriptions at his pharmacy. In time, he began
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 2, 2011
GRANT VS. CUSTER
There is a story of two Civil War Generals: George A. Custer and Ulysses S. Grant. Both graduated from West Point--Gen. Grant, being the oldest, graduated in the 1840's and Gen. Custer in 1861. Grant fought in several wars and was a field General in every sense of the word. In
Contributed by Denn Guptill on May 1, 2011
"I TITHE--HE'LL FIND ME."
Two men have ended up marooned on an island in the South Pacific. You can fill in the blanks as to how they got there.
So they are on the clichéic deserted island, one palm tree, nothing to see but the ocean. One guy is in a complete panic, pacing back and forth,