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Don Roberts is Dining with God

By any definition, Don Roberts lived a successful life. He loved God. He loved his family, friends, and former students. more

Faith Roundtable: Do animals have souls?

My theological perspective tends to fall into the category of panentheism, which argues that God is the soul of creation, all creation throughout the universe. With that perspective the question is not so much whether or not an animal, including … more

Faith Roundtable: Do animals have souls?

For this roundtable discussion, Ashley the Editor wants us to answer the question, “Do animals have souls?”Across the centuries, Christians have approached that question in a variety of ways. The historic consensus is that, yes, animals do have … more

Expect the unexpected – God will show up

When was the last time something completely unexpected happened in your life?You won the lottery!She said “Yes!”You named your child “Oops!”The “unexpected’s” in life aren’t always pleasant, but they certainly are eventful.Some of my … more

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,*In regards to the story on Cedar Park tightening up on noise restrictions*First off, I just want to make it clear that I am not defending the Lone Star Grille and their level of noise. I live in the Blockhouse Creek neighborhood, and … more

Everything old is getting older still

A friend of mine has a saying, "I'm going to get as old as I possibly can get." From what I can tell, he has. I must agree with his sentiment. Of course, the alternative is… well you know. Another friend of mine likes to tell me, "Brother, you're … more

Expect the unexpected - God says “Look Up!”

To fully enjoy sci-fi, fantasy, or high action movies, we generally have to suspend our disbelief.  In reading this column, if you have any doubt or disbelief in the person of Jesus being both fully human and divine, I’m asking you to do the … more

Racing Commission chair tapped for secretary of state

Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed Rolando Pablos of El Paso to succeed Secretary of State Carlos Cascos, effective Jan. 5. Pablos has served as chair of the Texas Racing Commission, the state agency that regulates pari-mutuel racing, since December … more

Down by the river

I grew up around water. When I was a kid, there was a little creek running through our back yard. I spent countless hours back there catching crawdads, salamanders, and minnows. I only had to watch out for two things: snakes and glass. While I was … more

Faith Roundtable: With all of the Christmas commercialization, how do you (the church) balance the true message and importance of Christmas with the enjoyment of all the commercial part that sweeps most of us up?

My spouse and I enjoy buying Christmas gifts.  In fact, she’s the one who put the joy in it for me because she loves giving, all forms of giving; time, money, herself.  Her generosity is contagious.I didn’t learn the joy of giving from … more

Roundtable: Should strong relationships be formed with those who have different religious views than you?

The round table this month brings the question: “Should strong relationships be formed with those who have different religious views than you?” Should they? Of course. Relationships can be categorized into three distinct areas: public, private … more

Expect the unexpected – God says ‘Listen!’

In my last column I wrote about unexpected transformations that took place in the lives of Paul and Thomas. Because we’re so close to celebrating the birth of Jesus, I’d like to share some thoughts with you about unexpected visits from angels, … more
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