A common argument I hear in the abortion debate is that pro life people aren’t really pro-life, we’re pro birth. That if we were really pro-life, we’d support all sorts of government programs. Federally backed […]
Jesus is the Lord of creation and new creation. I’m going to highlighting a few words and phrases in this opening prologue to John. In the beginning. Word. Life. Light. Darkness. Just to name a […]
The second half of the 2019 baseball season starts today. Between now and late September, the regular season will feature over 1,000 games.
One ting I love about baseball is that no matter how good or bad today’s game went, tomorrow is a new day.
In baseball, you can get absolutely trounced one day. Pitching can be terrible, hitting can be terrible, you can lose by 15 runs. Just a disaster of a game. But no matter how badly you might lose today, tomorrow is a new day and a new game.
Conversely, no matter how much you dominate today, you could hit 4 home runs, pitch a no hitter, have a walk off home run, everything can be clicking, but tomorrow is still a new day and you need to do it again. You can’t just rest on yesterday.
She’s the smallest newborn to ever survive.
Born from an emergency c-section in December, the little girl, nicknamed Saybie, was born at just 23 weeks. This week, the baby was discharged from the hospital.
When she was born, Saybie weighed just 8.6 ounces.
Not 8 pounds, 6 ounces. That would have been a healthy, above average birth weight.
Saybie weighed 8.6 ounces! About the weight of a juice box. Doctors knew she was going to be small, but when Saybie was born, even they were surprised.