Thought for the week: When all else fails, God’s love does not. You can always depend upon God’s love, and he is always your ultimate protection.
The COVID-19 pandemic has unsettled the country’s employment picture for months and will very likely continue to do so for a while. However, the nature and terminology of this disruption varies greatly among individuals.
Thought for the week: Unless you are willing to guard your thoughts, you will never be able to guard your heart. Focus on blessings, not hardships, and opportunities, not roadblocks.
I’ve heard it said that families were happier “in the old days.” However, newspapers prove that not every household was blissful. They also remind us that, when it comes to legal status, women have come a long way.
When I took my coffee from the console of my truck for a sip the other morning, it went “clunk,” alerting me to the fact my cellphone was submerged in that cup of Maxwell House Morning Blend.
The next time you go fishing or boating, you might contemplate this fact: Use of a lake was once the cause of a violent chapter in Tennessee history.
Thought for the week: As a Christian, you have every reason on earth and in heaven to have a positive attitude. After all, God is in charge. He loves you, and he’s prepared a place for you to live eternally with him. And that’s what really matters.
For many Middle Tennesseans, the COVID-19 pandemic created circumstances and challenges that were foreign and logistically challenging.
After Jackson National Life Insurance Company announced that it was locating a regional headquarters in Williamson County a decade ago, the company began the process of relocating a core executive team.
During my entire time as a sports journalist, I’ve dealt with a lot of “why now?” queries and “keep politics out of sports” notions in regards to mascots.
A young friend of mine unexpectedly died a little more than a week ago. He was sitting in his car waiting for pizzas to take to his wife and kids when he suddenly collapsed.
I write this article under my professional name, yet, as a Tennessee native, I am proud to have been born and raised in Columbia as a Pigg.
“Both parties deprecated war but one of them would make war rather than let the nation survive, and the other would accept war rather than let it perish. And the war came.”
Wednesday night, July 8, was the Franklin High School theater department’s opening night of their spring (yes, spring) musical, “Bright Star.”
Thought for the week: Today, as you interact with family, friends and co-workers, share your courage, your hopes, your dreams and your enthusiasm. Your positive outlook will be almost as big a blessing to them as it is to you!
This may come as a surprise to some, but not everyone who was born and raised in the southern United States in the past century is obsessed with the Civil War.