Bear's journey teaches a lesson about faith
Columns

Bear's journey teaches a lesson about faith

God knew what was coming in 2020

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Learning to love life on road with children
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Learning to love life on road with children

Since our anniversary trip to Branson was cancelled in March, we never made any other plans for the summer

A little birdie told me about my own little cage
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A little birdie told me about my own little cage

We have a little red parrot with a black beak named Rosemary – Rosie for short

Yes, I now honk to show I love Jesus
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Yes, I now honk to show I love Jesus

Everyone praised the Lord within their limited spaces – hands waved from windows, kids popped out of sunroofs and a few dogs hung their heads out passenger windows

Pandemic illuminates life, death and fear
Opinion

Pandemic illuminates life, death and fear

Recently I saw a picture of a hospital ward where blanket-covered bodies lined the hallways on gurneys. It was sobering, and fear began rising inside of me as I looked over at my asthmatic boy on the couch watching an episode of Phineas and Ferb.

Subtitles wouldn't make our lives successful
Columns

Subtitles wouldn't make our lives successful

I've been thinking about purpose lately. Why am I here? What am I meant to do?

Treasure hunting breaks up the monotony
Columns

Treasure hunting breaks up the monotony

Deep down, I knew I needed a reality check. We have this opportunity right now to share some precious moments, but instead I was choosing ungratefulness

Navigating a new normal that's not normal
Columns

Navigating a new normal that's not normal

Truth is though, everything I'm worried about becomes pretty minor when real life seeps in – and not CDC numbers or other breaking news. It's in my newsfeed. People are losing their people and not just to the COVID-19

1907 prank, plotted in HHS boys’ bathroom, backfired
History

1907 prank, plotted in HHS boys’ bathroom, backfired

Will Logan was the fullback on the Hannibal High School football team during the fall of 1906, and Walter Weisenburger was right guard. Two big guys, they carried their weight on the field, and their cockiness into the classroom