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Vanity of vanities: finding the meaning of life

By Andrew Packer Special to The PREVIEW How do I find meaning in this life? How do I find contentment in this life? These questions are at the heart of…

The things we learned from Proverbs

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW When our kids were small, part of our bedtime routine was to discuss one or two verses from the Bible’s book of wisdom,…

Show me, don’t tell me

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Writers tell their stories with words. One of the first rules writers learn is, “Show, don’t tell.” Good storytellers are animated. Romance writers…

Earthly mansion or heavenly home?

By Richard Gammill Special to The PREVIEW In 1956, Ruth Graham built a rustic home high on Black Mountain above Montreat, N.C. Meanwhile, her famous husband, Billy, conducted large evangelistic…

More than one way to skin an orange

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Billy hurried in the back door after school and plopped his backpack on the bench. His eyes focused on the kitchen table, where…

‘I wish I had a goat like that’

By Hank Slikker Special to The PREVIEW On June 2, 1974, Candelaria Villanueva boarded a Philippines’ inter-island ship, the Aloha, bound for Manila. About 15 kilometers into her trip, the…

‘I wish I had a goat like that’

By Hank Slikker Special to The PREVIEW On June 2, 1974, Candelaria Villanueva boarded a Philippines’ inter-island ship, the Aloha, bound for Manila. About 15 kilometers into her trip, the…

My boy, by my side

By Charles Wenzel Special to The PREVIEW My wife and I have five little dogs. We affectionately call them “wee ones.” You can probably guess why. (“Bad parenting, bad!”) The…

Good people staying good

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW If good people want to stay good, we better know some things. Most of us like to think of ourselves as “good” people.…

Cat poo in the sandbox: an allegory

By Lynn Moffett Special to The PREVIEW My granddaughter came skipping. “Come play in my sandbox with me.” Delighted to spend time together, we clasped hands and hurried to her…