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The Day Truett Cathy Let Me Down

I was saddened to learn yesterday of the homecoming of one of America’s great businessmen, S. Truett Cathy.  Mr. Cathy launched the Chick-Fil-A restaurants that have become famous across America.  Cathy began the chain in the Atlanta suburb of Hapeville in 1946 with a restaurant called the Dwarf Grill, named because of its small size.  […]

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Overcoming the Twelve Days of Christmas

According to research, if you were buy all 364 items mentioned in The Twelve Days of Christmas, you would have spent $114,651 this year. That’s up 6.9% from 2012. And if you waited until the last minute and had to buy all these items online, the price would rise to approximately $173,000. Christmas is getting […]

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How Serious Are We About Syria?

On virtually every decision that is made by our president, I find myself on the other side of the fence, but the recent events that have happened in Syria have caused me to part ways with my conservative friends and ask, “Is it possible that the president is actually right on this one?” How serious […]

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The Day That Kennedy Ended Marriage In America

The Day That Kennedy Ended Marriage in America                 A generation previous to mine remembers with great vividness the day that Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly shot John F. Kennedy as the president’s motorcade travelled through the streets of Dallas.  Several years ago, I was preaching in Dallas and went to the very spot where that […]

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