Contributed by Rick Palmer on Oct 14, 2018
In 1980 I was hired as a City Police Officer in a small Midwest town with a population of 2200. The first week on duty we closed an investigation of a local man who held a position in the School system. He had gained the confidence of the parents, students, and the community. After a traffic
Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 12, 2012
A THIEF AND A PRIEST
The story is told about a Catholic priest who was walking down an alley behind his church when a thief jumped out from behind some garbage cans and pressed the muzzle of his gun into the priest's ribs.
The thief said, "Give me your wallet!"
Without hesitation, the
Contributed by Brian La Croix on Jan 12, 2011
“They who are conscious of their own sins have no eyes for the sins of their neighbors.” (Abbot Moses, "1001
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 30, 2010
THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER
In a field one summer’s day a grasshopper was hopping about, singing to its heart’s content. An ant passed by, bearing along with great toil an ear of corn he was taking to the nest.
"Why not come and play with me," said the grasshopper, "instead of toiling and
Contributed by Chris Surber on Sep 9, 2008
I recently read the story of a man who, in 2006, was driving along a road in Pune India, a city located in the Maharashtra province of central India. The man was driving a common mode of transportation in India, his motorcycle with its mighty 2 stroke engine, through torrential rains on a road that
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
You might recall this recent news story…
Illustration- Abdul Rahman
Afghanistan’s Muslim religious and governmental leaders had demanded that 41-year-old Abdul Rahman be executed because of his conversion to Christianity more than 14 years ago.
Rahman converted to Christianity while working for
Contributed by Steven Chapman on Mar 26, 2001
It is October 14th, and the sun is reflecting mirages of water on an Air Force base runway in southern Florida. The silence of the scene is interrupted as a long-winged plane touches down on the runway and taxies to the hanger. A thousand planes a day go through this same routine, but this one