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A witness

A witness

By Pat Farrell I had been given the opportunity of coaching in several hospital emergency departments. It is a privilege to serve God in such a humbling way. I have had…

Straight paths

Straight paths

Teach me your way, Lord; lead me in a straight path because of my oppressors. Psalm 27:11 The Bible has a lot to say about God’s leading us on straight…

Downsizing is upsizing

Downsizing is upsizing

by Pat Farrell   “For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”…

Power through Christ

Power through Christ

by Pat Farrell I just watched Nicole Mullen’s music video entitled “One Touch.” She is speaking about how we all go through life – many rejected, many feeling hopeless and others ashamed. She…

Mama, who do I see? Who will I be?

Mama, who do I see? Who will I be?

by Pat Farrell When we are young, I don’t think we realize the incredible power and purpose of motherhood. I know that when I was 25, I had no clue. We…

Superintendent hits ground running

Pulaski County welcomed new school superintendent Dr. Kevin Siers Tuesday night, who, with at least some sleep, hit the ground running early Wednesday, speaking at the Pulaski County schools convocation…

Mega incomes say something

A perusal of Forbes’ annual almanac of wealth, shows 1,810 billionaires worth an aggregate net worth of $6.5 trillion, with both numbers down from 1,826 a year ago and $570 billion…

Melting pot in midst of politics

The United States has been called the melting pot of humanity for may years, taking in people from different countries. Immigrants brought their culture, traditions, religious beliefs, foods, dress and…

Touching a soul

Touching a soul

by Pat Farrell Several years ago, I underwent a surgical thyroidectomy for the removal of three unknown tumors. Pretty major stuff, and I can’t say I was not anxious. I was anxious…

Will U.S. secrets remain untold?

“Loose lips sink ships” was a familiar warning during World War II days, meaning that simple conversation or written materials could enable enemies of the United States invaluable information they…