• by Abraham Cremeens


    During a friend’s recent move, I was tasked with the responsibility of packing and stacking everything I could in the U-Haul. You know how it works. You rent a certain size truck without knowing if you can fit all of your very important belongings into the vehicle.

  • by Will Peycke


    I read a proverb recently that surprised me: 

    Grandchildren are the crown of the aged,
    and the glory of children is their fathers. 
    (Proverbs 17:6)

    The first line wasn’t surprising: yes, grandparents take great pride and joy in their grandchildren. I expected the second line to parallel the first: Dads are proud of their kids. 

  • by Abraham Cremeens


    We replicate who we are. I’ve heard that from multiple sources and can confirm it from my own experience as well. In fact, God created people that they would be fruitful and multiply, reproducing like their own. It seems we’ve done that quite well as we pass a world population of over seven billion.

  • by Paul Briggs


    Because of some construction being done on the east side of Lafayette, there is a one lane bridge being used by traffic going in both directions and governed by a single traffic light. Recently I found myself stopped at the front of the line at this traffic light.