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Major theological issues can sometimes show up in the most surprising places. The Financial Times reigns as one of the most influential periodicals in the world—it is the reading assignment of the Davos class, and it rivals the influence of The New York Times and The Washington Post. more
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For decades, families in Madison County have lived alongside more than 500 tons of deadly chemical weapons stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot. Now, after years of engagement from the local community, the Depot will begin safely destroying its stockpile. I was honored recently to join this community to cut the ribbon and begin sending these awful weapons to the ash heap of history where they belong. more
Everyone likes to be ranked number one – especially here in Kentucky with our prized horses, bourbon, and basketball. But this? This is not a number one ranking Kentuckians should be proud of: Kentucky has the highest rate of child victims of abuse and is double the national rate. more
With the release of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2019 national KIDS COUNT Data Book, champions for children can find lots of “shouldn’ts,” and “impossibles.” more
This week marks the completion of a series I taught in conjunction with my local library. “Bitty Bees” is an introduction to bees and pollination for preschoolers, and my! I’m not sure who can buzz more with excitement, a group of small children or a bunch of bees! more
Kentucky's horse racing industry, already taking heat over the high level of horse deaths at tracks, is now faced with another scandal after an investigative report uncovered the cozy relationship between the racing industry and the state commission that is supposed to be regulating it. more
My brother is getting married this weekend to a lovely girl, both inside and out. Since the ring, her weeks have been filled with appointments to pamper and beautify all for the big day. While brides now prep with concerns for their nails, lashes, hair, tan (and on and on and on), the June bride has always been popular, though her beauty regime and wedding concerns have changed. more
I have a beehive with authority issues. Despite my best efforts for management, they absolutely refuse to keep a queen. more
I've fallen suspect to the fiddle-leaf fad. more
It’s been 50 years or more since the last time I “competed” in a spelling bee. If I’m remembering correctly, it didn’t end well. more
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