Monthly Archives: December 2012


Throughout my working career I have been and continue to be on both sides of annual evaluations. As a school principal, one of my responsibilities was to evaluate teachers and staff. The seasoned teachers received evaluations twice each year while … Continue reading

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Friday, December 21, 2012

According to internet searches there have been well over 200 documented cases of those making predictions about the end of the world. As of now the success rate is 0 for 200+. One of the more recent predictions was by … Continue reading

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The School Bus Driver

My bus number was 7 and it came at 7:20 each morning. Growing up in a rural area I lived a few miles from school. From the time I started school until I began driving my own car, I rode … Continue reading

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Today is December 12

Today is December 12, 2012. There is something very unique about today. It is special in that December 12, 2012 is a day whose numbered dating will not occur again for 100 years. Of course when you think about it, … Continue reading

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What Have They Seen in Thine House?

I would like to consider a story related in 2 Kings 20 and Isaiah 39. It is the story of the foolishness of King Hezekiah. Hezekiah was on the throne during the deliverance of GOD’S people from the hand of … Continue reading

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Encouragement to Fathers

The Bible has so much to say about every area of our lives and you don’t have to go very far in the scriptures till you find parental issues being addressed. Gen 18:19 “For I know him, that he will … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

This month we celebrate the holiday many hold to be the most holy of all holidays. The nation pretty much goes all out with decorations and choir concerts not to mention the commercial aspect of the season. The shopping season … Continue reading

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Tuning the instruments

One of my many hobbies is music. I am fond of old time music and bluegrass music in particular. I have been playing music since I was about 7 years old and play several instruments including the guitar, mandolin and … Continue reading

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