Help Us Help Kids From 1 to 92

Help Us Help Kids From 1 to 92 | by Al Tucker | Dear friends, several of you have asked if I had planned to do a calendar this year and whether the Band of Brothers is planning another kids’ charity project. A few months ago, I would have answered probably not, especially the calendar. But considering the awful year, so many people have experienced due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it imperative that we do all we can to bring some sunshine into as many lives as we can this Christmas season…

Are You Existing in the Wrong OS?

Are You Existing in the Wrong OS? (Operating System) | by Angela Errett | Recently, I needed to update all of my computer systems. It had been a couple years since I had done anything other than the required operating system security updates and such, so I was dreading the amount of time it would take to complete. I kept putting it off and putting it at the bottom of my list of things to do. Each Monday, I would add it to my calendar, and by Friday, another week would pass by. The attitude was, “Well, I’ll try again next week.”

Editor’s Letter: Work As Unto The Lord

Editor’s Letter: Work As Unto The Lord | by Angela Errett | Checking Out Is Not An Option | So, have you ‘checked out’ the last few months because of the pandemic? Many have, yet the world keeps spinning. The sun still rises in the east and sets in the west. It is effortless to use something as significant as a pandemic as an excuse to eat more, sleep more, and work less, whether by your own choice or not…

Whatever Happens

Whatever Happens | by Bob Jacobus | Stuff Happens! Good stuff, bad stuff, and in-between stuff just happens. Regardless of the situation, the phrase, “Whatever Happens” can be a statement of hope, that things are going to get better if they are bad, things can be just as good tomorrow as they are today, and life doesn’t ever need to be uninteresting. One thing is for sure, we live in…

REVEALING God’s Glory Oct-Nov 2020

REVEALING God’s Glory Oct-Nov 2020 | by Al Tucker | In these difficult times of trying to figure how best to live with Covid-19, which is still taking too many lives, and with the growing unrest across our beautiful land, I can think of no better words to open my testimony up with than the Apostle Paul’s greeting. “Grace to you and peace from God, our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ.” If you have God’s grace and peace…

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