It’s amazing how simple activities in our day to day endeavors speak volumes about other parts of our lives and faith.
Many things have changed. In fact, history and autography has taught and documented that life has greatly changed in the last one hundred years.
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Catching fun with my daughters in their room first thing every morning, especially on weekends, is one of my most favorite things to do. I try to do this before their grandma whisks them away for bath.
It’s Sunday evening, the usual time to put together all my daughter needs for School the next day.
An interesting topic ensued in a conversation with an old childhood friend who had firm religious background as me when growing up.
We pushed aside our menus after placing orders and started attacking the restaurant’s signature bread rolls. I was hanging out with a conscientious and self-motivated gentleman; It’s really a pleasure when we do.
Nathan Hayes is at a gas station trying to clean his windshield when his truck is stolen. Hayes runs after the truck, clinging to the side and fighting the crook through the open window.
I honored an invitation to watch a football game with a friend in his house a few weeks ago. He gladly welcomed me in and introduced his roommate who grew up in the same part I grew up in Nigeria.