The Irony of Trust

Most people have either uttered the infamous words or been quoted the impervious statement, “You know you can trust me” at least once within the past couple of weeks.  The real issue becomes more relevant depending upon the nature of one’s alliance...

Faithful or Foolish…?

There is a lot to be said about a person’s level or degree of faith when it comes to his or her belief in the power of the Lord.  According to the Word, Hebrews 11: 6 (King James Version) “But without faith it is impossible to please Him: for he that cometh to...

Standing for Right

In truth, reports of children being separated from their parents and the resulting consequences should be enough to shake any normal Neanderthal to their core.  However, it’s important to not get too engrossed in the fact that news organizations nationwide...

The America We’ve Become

Since October 28, 1886, the Statue of Liberty has stood poised on Liberty Island in New York Harbor to welcome newcomers to America.  Ms. Emma Lazarus scripted words that appear on the statue:  “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses...

Not in Chank’s Kitchen

I was contemplating an interesting thing that happened some time ago when i thought on the passing of my late mother, Maretha “Chank” Howard. It was during a week when I had the rare visitor at the house.  Those who know me have a firm understanding of the...

Consider This…

When powering on the television to catch up on the status of society, one is usually greeted by the latest “Breaking News.”  Logging onto the internet immediately connects a person to an unlimited list of noteworthy details from virtually every country in...