Workers Ahead: Dads Building Homes

Living in Fort Worth, TX, where things are always under construction but never fully constructed, I’ve learned to accept the good news and the bad news of I-35W. The bad news: traffic fines double when workers are present. The good news: workers are never present. As a Dad, my home is always under construction but never fully constructed. Just when…

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What’s In A Nickname?

My real name is Anthony but my whole life people have called me Tony. No worries, though. I like Tony. In fact, if you call me Anthony, my first instinct is to think (a) I’m in trouble or (b) you don’t know me that well. Three of my brothers also had nicknames when we were growing up. Our friends called…

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Memorializing the Fallen

Today, let us remember that the value of our nation’s heritage is built atop the blood of soldiers who paid the ultimate price. Let us remember that we are who we are on the shoulders of those who have died to procure and to preserve the values of our country.

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The SBC in June and Gospel Unity

One time every year, messengers from 47,000 Southern Baptist Churches in the United States gather to speak with one voice to a watching world. Contemporary life in the SBC is proving that what we say matters, what we don’t say matters, and how we say it or don’t say it also matters. I have cried more tears than I care…

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Receive the Word

How do you receive the word of God? It is an awe-inspiring truth that God speaks to us through the pages of the Bible. Those words were breathed from the mouth of God by the supernatural work of the Holy Spirit, were penned by servants of His great grace, and have been protected and preserved now for thousands of years…

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