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My Hispanic Friend and the Holy Spirit

August 17, 2019


While in jail a few weeks ago I ran into a couple of friends, one new and one old. Let me hasten to add that I was in jail to teach the Bible with a group of Christian men and women who go into the Tuscaloosa County Jail every Tuesday night. So, I go into […]

The Keys to Our Future

July 3, 2017


I am going to write here as an educator, not a capitalist, socialist, entrepreneur, one percenter, a member of the silent majority or rioting loudly in the streets exercising my First Amendment rights. That Amendment reads, by the way, just in case you don’t have it handy, when you’re trashing the campus: It “prohibits the […]

My Lawyer’s in Jail!

November 5, 2016


My wife Louise has a weekly ministry at the Tuscaloosa County jail. She meets with her “congregation,” or “the girls,” or, in more formal terms, the female inmates, and teaches them on Monday nights about the Christian faith and walk. Louise is very well equipped to do this, a lot more than me for example, […]