By the Spring of 1871, a successful lawyer and senior partner in a large law firm Horatio Spafford had begun investing in real estate all
Especially the older generations of Southerners can picture this come summer/springtime. Outside of town, a large tent that has been erected in an empty field
It wasn’t until I heard someone speak of the events of one of my favorite Bible stories in a 1st-century perspective that I realized the
While grocery shopping the other night I had a thought as I filled up a green produce bag with Honey-crisp apples. Well, two thoughts actually.
In Shakespeare’s infamous play Romeo and Juliet, Romeo says, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell
The term ‘gold standard’ was the system they used for rating the rate of currency to the gold for which it could be exchanged. The