Check out this video of an inspiring young lady with amazing talent. This is a great reminder of how God uses people, regardless of their physical limitations. We may not think we can accomplish much, but all things are possible with God!
Let me share something that happened while driving to work this morning. I exited the interstate as always onto Nolensville Road and noticed that traffic was very heavy. Upon approaching the first traffic light I could see why. There was debris in the roadway from an accident, which was slowing traffic. When I neared the … More What Is Wrong With Society???
I was in Knoxville over the weekend and considered going to campus to try and get a ticket to Saturday’s football game against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Since the game was such a late start (7:45 pm EST) and it was rather chilly, I decided to just watch it on ESPN. Considering the 29-9 thrashing … More Tennessee v. Alabama
Check out this video I found. This is a good follow up to my last post about spreading the Gospel.
Over the past few weeks I have heard sermons, read devotionals and received e-mails with a common theme…making God known. A couple of weeks ago our pastor, Mark Marshall, preached a sermon on the last chapter of Acts. The title of the sermon was THE Mission, which is spelled out in Acts 1:8. But you … More Sharing My Faith…Making God Known
I’m very happy this week to report that Tennessee finally got its first SEC win of the season on Saturday. The Vols defeated Mississippi State 34-3 in Knoxville. I was not able to watch this game but did track it online. I have also read several articles today about the Vols’ performance. From what I … More Tennessee v. Mississippi State
I received an e-mail today with a link to this video. It is a sobering reminder that our kids watch everything we do, whether we realize it or not. I know I don’t always act the way I should in front of my kids, but I pray that I will become a better role model … More Our Kids Are Watching
The Tennessee Vols are 0-3 in the SEC for only the second time under head coach Phillip Fulmer following Saturday’s 26-14 loss to Georgia. Here’s a quick look at how we did. Once again, the Tennessee offense failed to perform up to par. QB Nick Stephens had an okay game, completing 13-of-30 for 208 yards … More Tennessee v. Georgia
I receive a weekly e-mail that contains funny stories and various church cartoons. Many of these are by Len Jones. With permission from the artist I thought I would share a few of my favorites. Enjoy! Cartoons Copyright© by Len Jones. All rights reserved. To view more of Len Jones’ cartoons please visit http://webs.lanset.com/akajones/.
I discovered a great website today: http://www.1980sflashback.com/. This site gives you all sorts of interesting information about the 1980’s. I’m sure most of you in your mid-30’s to early 40’s will remember some of these things. 1980’s Economy:In 1982, the average price of a new home was $83,900.The average cost of a gallon of gasoline … More The 1980’s: A Look Back