KELLY: Why you should read your local paper
Why should I subscribe to a local daily newspaper and pay that daily, weekly, monthly or yearly fee when I can pull up the e-copy on the Internet?
Entitlement reform must be part of federal budget solution
The good news for the federal budget: there is finally a conference committee that is looking at the issue. The bad news: it is hard to get Congress to agree on anything these days, let alone the budget.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Reader likes care received at WRMC
Recently I was a patient at Weatherford Regional Medical Center. The care I got was so good.
NOW HEAR THIS: Growing old is not much fun?
If my memory serves me correctly, I think it was actress Bette Davis who is credited with the quote saying, “Getting old is not for sissies.” Speaking from experience, I think she may have been on to something.
TISCIONE: Worship for entertainment or edification?
When we gather for corporate worship, is it to be entertained or to be humbled? Of course our answer would be submission in humility. The most basic attitude for a Christian, especially in worship, is humility. The Bible teaches that an important byproduct of genuine worship is the edification of the worshiper. (Psalm 73:16-17 and Hebrews 10:23-25)
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The bread has bugs
Seems that I read somewhere that Obamacare was going to be better than sliced bread. The prisoners of World War II were fed insect-infested bread, and in my humble opinion Obamacare is equivalent to being forced to eat undesirable bread.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Dog gone story has happy ending
We just want to thank the persons in downtown Weatherford who on Friday night, Nov. 1, helped us rescue our new dog.
NOW HEAR THIS: Honoring those who served
Tomorrow we again set aside a day to honor those men and women who have served in the military.
NOTES FROM THE JOURNEY: Taking a look in the mirror
Part of our attraction to Jesus is that he is a master storyteller. When asked a question, he would often respond with a story that invited the questioners to search themselves for the answer to their query. He encouraged his listeners to find themselves in the story.
TISCIONE: What you don’t know can hurt you
What you don’t know can hurt you. There are times when ignorance will lead you to ruin.
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