Posted: 6:51 PM Here's another one from my archives I thought you might enjoy.
The message in my Mother’s Day card compares a mother’s love to a cherished quilt that “surrounds her child with warmth, gentleness and a special beauty that becomes more treasured through the years.”
Updated: 10:13 AM It’s hard to imagine March Madness without the Kentucky Wildcats.
Maybe the only thing worse … was having to decide if I would pick Duke, Indiana or Louisville to win it all. Here is my bracket.
Updated: 2:09 PM On this Christmas Eve, I want to dedicate this blog to the “Greatest Story” ever told.
On that first Christmas, God gave us the greatest gift of all, His son Jesus. I hope you will take time this Christmas to share the story of the Manger , the story of salvation, with your family and friends.
Posted: 2:27 PM The Electoral College can be confusing. What happens if a candidate wins the popular vote but doesn’t have enough votes in the Electoral College? What happens if neither presidential candidate gets 270 Electoral votes? Here are some answers.
Updated: 4:07 PM Last week Superstorm Sandy confounded an already close election. Massive power outages halted early voting and led many to wonder if the election might be postponed. That’s not going to happen but some people are still asking “what if?” Here’s a great look at the process from the Associated Press.