All of us need reminders to enjoy the fruits of our labors as we juggle to-dos. Here are our readers' favorites, covering topics from faith to family reading to good food.
No matter how much we learn about the biology, chemistry, and other properties of soil, there is always more to discover. Read on to find out what our readers have been researching.
There is certainly a time and place for backup plans. But not when it comes to big life goals!
Success starts in the mind. It cannot be manufactured through procedures. First we must know where we want to go. Then we must seek effective ways to get there.
There has only been one perfect life throughout all of time. This book offers a unique glimpse at what that life was like.
Max Lucado ably draws our attention to the four key parts of John 3:16: He loves. He gave. We believe. We live.
Thank You, God, for making wind, For the mighty storms that You send; Thank You for the rainbow's bend. Thank You, God, for Kansas.
A Kansas Soldier at War: The Civil War Letters of Christian and Elise Dubach Isely by Ken Spurgeon offers fascinating insight into the human element of the Civil War.
Looking for the Scripture Passages of the Month? We have moved this feature to our free country living update, On the Range.
Five Scripture passages we wanted to share with our readers for June 2018.