FIRST THINGS FIRST
When Coach Bobby Bowden played baseball in college, he never hit a home run. His senior year at Howard College, he was the only player not to hit a home run. One day, he hit a line drive against Auburn. As he approached third, the coach was waving him on. As he made his turn,
Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 10, 2008
When the gospel first came to Africa, some of the early converts became so passionate about prayer that they built their own private prayer huts. Each hut was set aside for just one person, and a path used only by that person led up to its door.
If someone neglected the loving discipline of
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 28, 2008
The teacher of the third-grade Sunday School class was planning to take her students on a "field trip" to the church service, so they could get an idea of what morning worship looked like.
Before they left their classroom, she thought it would be a good idea to caution them against being noisy
Contributed by Kerry Kinchen on Nov 10, 2003
". . . before this month began to prepare our ground against seed-time. In the midst of April we began to set, the weather being then seasonable, which much encouraged us, giving us good hopes of after plenty: the setting season is good till the latter end of May. But it pleased God for our further