May you encounter blessings during this holiday season — a special time of year when people touch your heart.
A great motto for every person in Elkhart would be: "A warm place to sleep by Christmas."
What happened to the inalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?
We represent our household. No others have the right to speak for us.
After enjoying our lunch, we were informed by our waitress that someone had paid our bill. We were shocked because we did not know anybody there.
This is a tragedy, yes, but it is not a black/white tragedy. It is a tragedy of citizenship in a civil society.
All we have to do is confess and turn from sin and trust in Jesus Christ, and God will forgive our sins and grant eternal life with him in heaven.
It is an amazing gift to see such a young lady undertake such a big project, let alone to be the recipient of her hard work.
These jobs have been done in a proficient manner. They were completed rapidly and as well or better than a private contractor could have done.
One person can make a difference! Don't look away or walk away — if we all make the attempt to reach out we may save someone's life.
How many of you noticed the irony of the word “justice” and how it has been distorted by those who have an overwhelming need to prove how important they are?
Christmas claims and promises what only God can give — the ultimate of all gifts, God in human flesh.