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Allegiance: Boltz, Camp, & Mullins (part 1 of 2)

I think it was during my late teen years that the notion of the Christian believer’s foremost allegiance began to stick with me.  More than once during those years, I read every word of my grandfather’s paper on the Christian and government.¹  In the sub-context of stating a Christ-based unwillingness to serve in the military (but also revealing a broader philosophical stance which I also affirm), Granddaddy wrote, “I will try to be submissive insofar as this submission does not compromise my basic allegiance to Christ.”  Such thinking has been a part of my theological chassis for some time.  641 more words

Biblical (or Abiblical) Doctrine

Old Cypress School Brings Back Memories

Walking the streets from my childhood home on Fenley Avenue to Cypress School is different now. I’m taller, and I’m not carrying schoolbooks. I walk alone, my best friend Sherri moved to Texas, most of the other kids on the block gone, too. 742 more words

Life On The Oregon Coast

Country Christmas Song of The Day

Here is Country magic. Member of the Grand Old Opry, Lee Greenwood and his song for Christmas “Lone Star Christmas”


The Week That Was: Gun Control, Michael Flynn, Roy Moore & Veterans Day

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS FreeState

What I want to do with this section is give readers my take on what happened during the previous week and the current day. 1,089 more words


God Bless The USA

This marks the passing of one year since the Victory.

If tomorrow all the things were gone
I’d worked for all my life
And I had to start again…

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November Spotlight Artist: Conway Twitty

For the last twenty years of his life, Conway Twitty was introduced on stage as “The Best Friend A Song Ever Had”. The conceit was not new to Conway – during the 1960s classic pop singer Jerry Vale was frequently called “A Song’s Best Friend” – and Ray Price and Gene Watson certainly could make a case for being called that – but certainly few artists were as versatile singers as Conway Twitty. 963 more words

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