Can we talk about … the atrocities that were committed before, during and after the Revolutionary War.
There I was at one of my favorite places doing one of my favorite things: standing on the shore of a nearby lake fishing. Pauline had given me a new casting reel and I was giving it a workout, enjoying how quiet it functioned and how far I could cast as the day moved too quickly to a close.
Our western world has forgotten that God once spoke to people through dreams and visions. Yet through the years, I have listened to countless dreams and visions that have shed light on the paths of people, both ordinary and famous.
I met Orlen while in my twenties and serving my first church. He was the pastor of a thriving congregation. He had poor eyesight, but his spiritual insight more than made up for his limited vision. Impressed by his accomplishments and the relationship he enjoyed with his church, I once quest…
There are many concepts of spiritual paths. There are multiple definitions of spirituality and there are many religions. We are all on a journey to the one Ultimate Power Source (UPS) that’s responsible for humanity and for the existence of everything else.
After watching the hatred of the radical Left and its pundits for years, I now understand why people like Judge Kavanaugh, Karen Pence and, oh yes, Sarah Palin scare them: it’s the faith factor. They have real faith in a living God, a faith that consistently informs their responses to life’s…
Anita Whitney (Arcadian correspondent) recently wrote about a program helping young people to realize their dreams. Living life requires that we have dreams and visions—no matter how old we are.
The doorknocker at our home’s entrance sits astride a plaque containing the following quote of Joshua (of wall falling fame): “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord,” an appropriate goal for any father at any time, but an especially fitting one to ponder on Father’s Day.
Pollsters say their research reveals that nearly half of us are troubled by periods of loneliness. These melancholy moods may arrive for a number of reasons: living a long distance from people we love, distrust of others, divorce, a recent relocation or even the arrival of a season that trig…
Over 250 faith leaders across the nation are asking us to set aside next Sunday, June 2, as a special day of prayer for our president: “We the undersigned are calling for June 2 to be a special Day of Prayer for the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, that God would protect, str…
Recently, a surprising news report about the future of United States military forces caught my attention. In a nutshell, the conclusion of these experts was that the safety of the nation (and the free world) would ultimately be in jeopardy because the general physical condition of today’s yo…
Memorial Day is just around the corner. We Americans will make our annual pilgrimage to cemeteries, gravesites, and monuments, carrying brightly colored flowers, waving flags, and wearing red poppies.
The shortest verse in the Bible describes our Lord’s broken heart as He stood at the grave of His friend Lazarus: “Jesus wept,” wrote John. (John 11:35)
At the last city council meeting, Arcadia mayor Jaccarie Simons proclaimed May as National Historic Preservation Month, inviting us to join him in recognizing and participating in this special observance.
- DeSoto business briefs, 07/11/19
- DeSoto letters, 07/11/19
- State mobilizes in Hep A battle
- Hike into pioneer history at Rye Preserve, Arcadia day-tripping
- Fishing story to remember, 'unforgettable experience'
- Washington’s vision at Valley Forge—America’s destiny?
- Lexus's RX 450 L, roomy and classic quality, Len Ingrassia, 07/11/19
- Luke Wilson cartoon, 07/11/19
- 5 brilliant household uses for hairspray
- Arcadia wishes America happy birthday! No. 243 ... and counting
- Fuel prices dip, FDOT's new commuter app
- APD says man threatened another with gun
- Man arrested second time in a month
- Man held on drug, weapons charges
- Police beat
- Jones gets 2-year sentence on drug, weapon charges
- Mustang Promise ranch, horsing around is healthy
- I scream, we all scream about contaminated ice cream, Luke Wilson, 07/11/19
- Arcadia woman charged with selling coke in Charlotte
- Arcadia HPC minutes, next up on Aug. 12
- Two teens charged with armed robbery over pot
- Nuco gets tax break, ground-breaking by October
- History's mysteries: Who lived at 618 E. Oak St.?
- How to grow your own fruits and vegetables from food scraps
- Apollo 11 scammers flooding internet with fake collectibles
- How to get most out of summer peaches, plums and nectarines
- Art of the #shelfie: How to make yours post worthy
- Trouble asking for what you really want in life? This simple trick can help
- Dealing with cellphone separation anxiety
- How to get to the date when you are out of practice
- How to get to the date when you are out of practice
- Time to watch the tropics
- Facebook Comments
- Woman charged with car theft
- How to nap like a pro
- Why a self-described ‘suburban mom’ is living like Prince for a year
- At the movies: what's opening this week
- Jon Bon Jovi's son, Jesse Bongiovi, talks growing rosé brand, Hampton Water
- Nothing like a parade! DeSoto County celebrates America's birthday
- Independence Day plans, parade, BBQ, fireworks, safety tips
- Arcadia's Algie Didlaukies, special special lady
- Filming a new millennial moon, camera don't fail me now!
- DeSoto letters to the editor, 07/04/19
- Declare your independence, finding faith and freedom, Roger Campbell, 07/04/19
- Conflicting worldviews—finding your way
- Mosaic will close Plant City fertilizer plant
- Cycle Scene: Starting a Slow Roll, people pedal power
- Don’t get so upset about the setup (Grammar Guy)
- State testing has DeSoto trending upward