Night & Day

I’m thankful that God gave us both night and day. In them, He presented a metaphor that is quite lovely when you take a few steps back and really think about it. We all love the day, but as He has willed it, there is a time for both. Day soon ends, and the night

Brief Comments on the Brent Industries Explosion

Early in the afternoon on March 11, an explosion occurred at Brent Industries, located off of Highway 5. One man, Keith Leverette, has died as a result of this unfortunate occurrence; at one time, another worker was injured critically, and a third was unaccounted for. Fire responders from Brent, Eoline, Centreville, Tuscaloosa, Green Pond, and

Psalm 1 and Bibb County, Part 2: Man’s Duties

In this series of papers, we are looking at Psalm 1 as it applies to Bibb county. The first paper was a brief look at what this Psalm tells us about God; in this paper, we will look briefly at some things it says about man. In verse 1, we read that the man is

Psalm 1 and Bibb County, Part 1: God the Lord

Psalm 1 is an important psalm for us to study in Bibb County, because it shows us the future of our county and explains how to get there. Because this psalm is “inspired by God,” it is “profitable for…instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be thoroughly furnished unto every good work” (2

Christian Work Culture

If Christians ever expect to make a dent in the reformation of culture and our nation, we’ve got to take our worldview, and apply it practically at every level of society in which we interact. The first of these levels is our personal life, the second level is our marriages and families. The third level

Salvation and Local Crime

Very recently, an associate of mine was pulled over while driving at night, here in Bibb County. He was informed by the officer that his tag-light was out, and also one of his tail-lights. My friend told me that they didn’t give him a ticket or even a paper warning, but just a verbal directive

Political Primaries and God’s Sovereignty

Over the last several months leading up to the primary election in Alabama’s 6th district, hundreds of volunteers and staff worked very hard for the candidates running for the civil offices in our district. Countless rallies, meetings, door-to-door canvassing operations, speaking engagements, interviews, debates, and television events were coordinated and conducted, and many concerned men