WORDS LEAVE A LASTING IMPRESSION
As bad as it is to hear foul words, it is worse to speak them.
A nobleman went to see how Josiah Wedgwood made his SUPERB POTTERY. A young apprentice was told to give the guest a tour of the factory. As they walked through the plant, the visitor began to use
GOD AS MY GUARD
I remember one time driving on a completely unknown route. It was dark, early in the morning, just after midnight. I didn’t know the way and I thought I can drive ahead and somehow will find the town I was looking for. It was the time when all the routes in Kenya were very poor
BEING A SHEPHERD
My ancestors were farmers and shepherds. Their task was both varied and arduous, demanding and dangerous. Not only did they have to protect their sheep from dangers, sickness, and wild beasts, they also had to be constantly on the search for good pastures and sufficient water. I
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
How many of you know the name Paul Aurandt? He also has an alias.
You know him as Paul Harvey. He has published books about The Rest of the Story (Bantam) and More of Paul Harvey’s The Rest of the Story (Morrow). Stories built around the surprise ending format have been compiled into books that
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
Those who refuse to make New Years resolutions because they always break them anyway are missing the point. Making resolutions is a cleansing ritual of self-assessment and repentance that demands personal
Contributed by Melvin Newland on Nov 9, 2001
There is a story about a man who lost his wife, leaving him to be both mother & father to a six-year-old son. After her funeral father & son came home, both feeling so alone & grieved by their loss. That night as they prepared for bed, the boy sked, "Daddy, may I sleep in your room tonight,