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CAN WE PICK OUR KIDS' FRIENDS?
CAN WE PICK OUR KIDS' FRIENDS?

I read a newspaper article the other day about some teenage boys who were shooting tin cans off a back-yard fence using a bee-bee gun. While one of the boys was putting the cans back on the fence, another boy asked him to move.

OUTDOOR TRUTHS
OUTDOOR TRUTHS

"At least I didn't get skunked." That is a comment that is frequently made after a long deer hunting season that nearly ended without a harvest. For some, it signifies a win in a make-believe world of deer hunting competition.

Indifference is a slippery slope
Indifference is a slippery slope

Indifference toward God has plagued the world since the beginning of time. When Malachi, the final book of the Old Testament was written, the spiritual condition of the people was deplorable. The big question in the minds of the people was, "Is God really good?"