Some children have never known the joy of receiving a Christmas present.
At 83 years old, I am one of the few remaining Holocaust survivors – thanks to the American troops who rescued me in what seems like a lifetime ago.
I’ve enjoyed Thanksgiving as an American living in Ohio, North Carolina and New York. And now I enjoy living in Australia – a wonderful place except … Aussies don’t celebrate the wonderful holiday.
President Trump is not perfect. He was not my choice to be President. But I am thankful for him in many ways.
The continuing protests by multimillionaire NFL players who refuse to stand for our national anthem – disrespecting our flag and the brave patriots in our armed forces – are setting a terrible example for America’s children as Thanksgiving approaches.
Ready for Thanksgiving? Before you eat that turkey, I hope you think about why America has turkeys for you to eat. Most people don’t know.
The sexual harassment allegations throughout media and politics knocked more prominent men off their pedestals this week.
We should be thankful for the sacrifices of our first responders, who never stop unselfishly serving us – including during the holiday season.
Throughout American history, protests have played a key role in many advocacy movements for just causes.
To Scottish preacher Oswald Chambers, the word “tweet” described the sounds bird make.
My father did me a big favor: He fired me.
The secret to providing outstanding hospitality is simply a twist on the golden rule: Do unto others as they would like you to do unto them.
Thou shall not study thy Bible — at least not during lunchtime.
In Richard Kirshenbaum’s book about Manhattan’s uber-wealthy, “Isn’t That Rich?,” a father sighs: “I wish I had my son’s childhood, and I wish he had mine.”
The new reality of many women outpacing men educationally and sometimes financially has serious implications for marriage.
The proverbial floodgates have well and truly opened. But will it force a lasting change?
The Lake Mason Lions Club has been providing a $500 scholarship to young men and young women for 20 years. But not this year.
Our culture is, at best, confused on the meaning and significance of marriage and relationships.
American society used to be governed by Judeo-Christian do-unto-others morals. But we have drifted (been pushed, really) into a hedonistic YOLO (You Only Live Once) cultural morass.
This Veterans Day is a good time to remind ourselves how much we owe the brave men and women who make great sacrifices to defend America and our freedoms.
Have you heard? Men are taking classes in how to unlearn “toxic masculinity.”
Editor’s note: The following column is an excerpt from
Our journey with the Museum of the Bible reminds us how God leads us with a journey in mind.
When was the last time you hailed a cab? Visited your banker? Found a date at a bar? Searched the shelves of a bookstore?