Best Books of Yesteryear

Former missionary, speaker and radio host Elizabeth Elliot once said you must only read the very best books because there are so many books out there and you don’t have time to waste. On the radio program, Family Life Today, on last Tuesday the 24th, […]

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Sunday School Lesson

This blog is for my couple dozen neices and nephews to give them encouragement in doing the right thing. Did you go to church today? (I’m talkin’ a Bible-believing, tell-the-truth church!) If you didn’t maybe you could sit in while we have a little Sunday […]

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The Game of Chess

When I was a kid I learned to play Checkers. But I didn’t think it was necessary or want to put forth the effort to learn Chess. I learned last night. My son, Benjamin, taught me.

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Loretta Lynn: Coal Miner’s Daughter

Country singer Wynona Judd once commented that only country singer/songwriter Loretta Lynn could make the words hard and tired (tar’d) rhyme. She’s right and Loretta did that with much talent when she gave pride to growing up poor in her childhood through her song Coal […]

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Internet Math Games

I found a website with a variety of games which help learn detailed math concepts. It is @ Internet 4 Classrooms. There are games to learn or reinforce math in areas such as geometry, fractions and multiplication. It is organized in topics on the left […]

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