Few things beat eating fresh fruit picked straight off the tree.Read more
Contemporary culture is obsessed with happiness, and a very subjective concept of happiness at that.Read more
The relationships between families and communities were different in early Texas because there were fewer people spread over a large area.Read more
Matthew 15:21-28 is about the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, who is eager to save us, by simply taking Him at His Word and trusting that His Word is true, and such trust Jesus calls “great faith.”Read more
Winter time in central Texas doesn’t exactly invoke mental images of lush, green gardens or fresh produce straight from the garden, but if you are wanting to harvest crops in the spring you need to start now.Read more
A new play at Elgin High School is worthy of sonnets.
EHS Theatre will present "The Dark Lady of the Sonnets" Wednesday, March 1. Admission is free.Read more
The Little Colony’s Tannehill family first lived in a tent formed by stretching buffalo hides overpine poles.Read more