The mother of one of our church members passed away recently.
Americans are blessed to live in a country founded upon the understanding that legitimate rights come from God and therefore the government should serve to protect those rights, rather than working to abridge them.
Of the many practical privileges that we've been given as children of God, prayer is the most profound and yet most simple.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — With football season in full swing, it was probably no coincidence that the most talked-about topic of October legislative interim meetings involved college athletics in West Virginia.
An unfortunate reality happening in these times is that families are marked with turmoil and disunity.A prime contributing factor comes from causing or allowing loneliness to fester.
We definitely live in a different age than the one in which I grew up.
The resurrection from the dead is a great central theme of the Christian faith. It inspires the Christian saint, giving him hope in all things, and points him in a fixed spiritual direction as a true compass.
Earlier this year, veteran political writer Thomas Edsall reported an eyebrow-raising fact about Americans' views toward government.
The U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak in Africa is yet another example of dysfunction at the national level.
“I drew them with bands of love.”
As Jesus gathered with His apostles in the upper room in order to celebrate the Passover, their last supper together before His death, something was amiss.
Today is definitely an age in which most of us are beyond our ability to negotiate life's circumstances.
Concerning the getting and keeping of peace in the soul, the Scripture says that God “will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on God, because he trusts in God.”
As our daughter nears 10 years of age, I find myself reflecting on what Jesus said in John 13:20, “I tell you the truth, whoever accepts anyone I send accepts Me; and whoever accepts Me accepts the One Who sent Me.”
I am troubled by the response from some of our legislative leaders and others who seem to passively accept that coal is an industry in decline and further espouse a defeatist attitude and contempt towards one of the state's leading industries...