Thought for the week: God always keeps his promises. Remembering his faithfulness in the past can give you peace for today and hope for tomorrow. So, turn your worries over to God. He can handle them and he will.
A line from “Love You Forever,” a children’s book by Robert Munsch, reads, “I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always, as long as I’m living, my baby you’ll be.”
As the new year gets underway, it’s fair to say that we’ve all learned something about the social, political, physical and environmental forces that affected everyone in the past year. And, in some ways, our lives will be changed, perhaps permanently.
After getting married, Tennessee native Edie Martin moved to Northern California where she resided for over 40 years. She always hoped to return to her beloved home state. After her husband passed away, she decided that the time had come for a return to Franklin to be closer to her sister an…
With COVID-19 numbers in Tennessee still very high, many of us are seeing more people we know being diagnosed with the disease.
The end of the year is typically a time when people take stock of their current situation and decide what changes they would like to make.
One of my favorite lines in the Christmas story as told by Luke is the very last sentence. It functions almost like a P.S. at the end of a letter or an email. It’s a line about the mother of Jesus. “And Mary treasured all these things and pondered them in her heart.”
Montague “Monty” Brown and Barbara McCool have so many initials after their respective names there’s hardly room to include them on one line. Suffice it to say, both have all of the credentials required when it comes the study of aging.
When people speak out loud, the coupling between their mouths and brains often comes unplugged, causing all sorts of unusual word combinations to emerge.
“She’s my heart,” Mac said with a growl punctuated by a glower from steely eyes set in a chiseled face that could not deny its Scottish heritage.
Thought for the week: God can make all things new, including you! When you are weak or worried, he can renew your spirit and restore your strength. Your job, of course, is to let him!
Jill Mitchell, color sports analyst for WAKM-AM 950 has become the first guest panelist to post the best weekly result in the Williamson Herald’s annual pigskin panel challenge.