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Children’s faith restored in light of generosity

By Karl Terry CMI Columnist   “Each year the great pumpkin rises out of the pumpkin patch he thinks is the most sincere . . . I don’t see how a pumpkin patch can be more sincere than this one.” Linus van Pelt “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”   Good grief Charlie Brown, is […]

I’m not fazed by the sight of blood

By Karl Terry CMI Columnist The sight of blood has never slowed me down, whether it was mine or someone else’s. One of the best examples of this occurred back in the old days of newspaper layout when we worked with sharp items like X-Acto knives. One day I ran one of those little knives […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Prayer time should be scheduled into daily routines

By Leonard Lauriault Religion Columnist   School’s been in session for a month now and we’re back into the routines we’re in the habit of during the school year, but get lax about when summer comes. That’s OK in many cases because there’s no need in dragging people out of bed to get on the […]

Like twin cedars, we are seldom as alone as we may think

By Debra Whittington Religion Columnist “…Pray one for another, that ye may be healed…” James 5:16 On the journey to Amarillo the road meanders up the caprock onto the flat plains of the Panhandle. This portion is my favorite part of the trip as I look forward to the interesting and uneven terrain. As you […]