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When grave new challenges emerge, it would be nice if existing ones would subside. Sadly, that is just not how the world works. more
Dear Governor Beshear, Thank you for your tireless efforts, and those of your leadership team, to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus and ultimately save lives in Kentucky. I can assure you … more
DURHAM, N.C. (BP) -- I was warned that it would be tricky to lead the Southern Baptist Convention. But I don't think any of us saw this coming. more
I’m sure we aren’t the only ones who are eating through our stash of groceries faster than anticipated. As the cracker and cereal boxes get down to the crumbs, I’m more and more appreciative of those who continue to help serve in the grocery industry and more during these different days. But it isn’t just the carbs that are being eaten up around here… so were Wade’s glasses. more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – United States Attorney Russell Coleman has appointed a federal prosecutor to fight back, and assist state and local prosecutors and law enforcement partners against fraud in the Western District of Kentucky relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Do you remember the popular saying, “Elvis has left the building?” For those of you who are members of Generation X and below, you probably recall the announcement quite well. The declaration warned every Elvis fan that he was no longer occupying the same space; therefore, they needn’t remain on the premises. The excitement of communing with Elvis had passed. more
On Tuesday evening, a church in Louisiana held a service with hundreds of people despite the state’s restrictions on such gatherings to slow the spread of COVID-19. Pastor Tony Spell announced to “the religious world” to “Keep going to church!” Are Pastor Spell’s actions correct? Do we have an obligation to disobey our government leaders’ instructions not to gather together until the pandemic is under control? more
When the Roman poet Horace coined the Latin phrase “Carpe Diem,” he counseled readers to “pluck the day” by not worrying about tomorrow. You might have heard the popular translation “seize the day” rather than the one previously mentioned. more
Life has posed plenty of unexpected occurrences during my 71 years on this earth. But at this point, none seems to compare to the upheaval this world has seen with the novel coronavirus. more
While in college, it was required that I take a Transcultural Nursing course. Interestingly to me, Appalachia had its own little section devoted to what makes mountain folk so unique along with the corresponding patient care considerations. The text claimed Appalachians avoid much eye contact, and that large amounts of such can be viewed as aggressive or over-bearing. more
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