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Coronavirus Diaries: Phone a Friend

“Is that your final answer?” Two weeks ago, ABC unleashed the first episode in an eight-episode miniseries of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire with Jimmy Kimmel replacing Regis Philbin as the host of the show. Celebrities Eric Stonestreet, Will … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Diaries: Sung Theology

A month ago, I asked on Facebook, “If you could only have music or books for the rest of your life, which would you choose?” Of course, discussion broke out — and I watched as arguments for one or the … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Diaries: After God’s Own Heart

Every night, for as long as I can remember, I’ve checked on my sleeping children right before I head to bed for the evening. One reads as long as he can until his eyes fail him; the other nestles into … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Diaries: Are You an Overachiever?

William Christopher Swinney was a decent football player, and he proved to be a serviceable coach as an assistant at the University of Alabama. He ultimately found himself out of football for two years, and it wasn’t until his old … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Diaries: You Just Never Know

Do you remember your first concert? I do. It was The Temptations and The Four Tops. While that’s not the concert that’s been on my mind lately, it’s still memorable. Seriously, I grew up in a Motown household, not a … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Diaries: Scars Remain.

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a lot out of us. Some people have had their lives stripped away; others have been immobilized by the disease, or the threat of the disease. I realize that even those who survive don’t return … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Diaries: Angel Investor

Four hundred dollars. Depending upon where you’re sitting today, four hundred dollars may not seem like a lot – or it may be groceries for several weeks or half a month’s rent. All of that seems relative. Twenty years ago, … Continue reading

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