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Perspectives
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) -- The game was there for the taking. Louisville trailed Boston College only 20-13 late in the third quarter and the Eagles had just lost their starting quarterback, Phil Jurkovec, and their battering ram running back David Bailey to injuries. more
The holidays are here and it all begins with Thanksgiving. more
As temperatures drop and days grow shorter, most of the ordinary tasks of beekeepers and gardeners move indoors. In rhythm with the seasons, we rest amongst piles of seed catalogs, make plans for the dirt, and pray for our wintering bees. more
Now is the time to develop your plan for avoiding a blue holiday season and having a merry holiday season. I love Elvis’ song Blue Christmas, but I don’t want to have one. However, In the best of times holiday blues strike most people. more
When I was a kid, there was something worse than a punishment. It was hearing my Mom say, “Just wait until your Dad gets home.” When she said that, I knew I was in for it. more
Thank you, Kentucky Baptists! Coming out of our Kentucky Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in Owensboro we have much to be thankful for and much to look forward to. more
Add deer hunting to the random list of firsts for 2020. more
For those of us straddling the Gen Z/Millenial generational line, technology was slowly integrated into our childhoods and we remember what it was like to grow up without “likes” and “tweets” and viral videos. But younger Gen Zers will never know life without screens. more
The Republican hold on Kentucky’s legislature expanded dramatically in this month’s election with the GOP picking up additional seats in both the state House and Senate. But will their super-super majority make a difference in one of the places many Kentucky families need it the most – expanding their educational options? more
As the dust still settles nationally, this much is clear in Kentucky: Worldviews hostile to Kentucky Baptist convictions suffered a staggering defeat last Tuesday, deepening Kentucky’s reputation as a solidly conservative state. After last Tuesday, progressivism is on the verge of political irrelevance in the Bluegrass. more
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