By Del Duduit Who knew a fishmonger could be a cool thing? The name alone can raise eyebrows. Angie and I spent a day in Seattle this past weekend prior to boarding a ship to cruise Alaska. I had heard Pike Place Market was the go-to destination and was famous for “the fish toss.” Seattle… Continue reading The Fish Toss
She Enjoys Golf Again
(WARNING: This post deals with the sensitive issue of sexual abuse.) By Del Duduit I have the classic love/hate relationship with the game of golf. The love part comes from the deepest confines of my imagination where I visualize myself hitting each shot perfectly. That combined with a crisp spring morning, an early tee time… Continue reading She Enjoys Golf Again
When God Shows Up, Great Things Happen
By Del Duduit We were there. We saw it happen. We even helped a little. The Parsons Family sang at Rubyville Community Church on July 30, 2017. The Southern Gospel family stays on the road about 320 days a year and ministers through music. The ministry is their life and means of survival. The family… Continue reading When God Shows Up, Great Things Happen
Wait on God’s Direction
By Del Duduit I sat across from my publisher this weekend as we ate lunch at the Ohio Christian Writers Conference (OHCWC) and had a productive conversation. We talked about the release date of my first book among other topics. I am so blessed and excited to know this is about to happen – just… Continue reading Wait on God’s Direction
Senate Bill 145 Will End Dismemberment Abortions
By Del Duduit A bill has formerly been introduced in the Ohio Senate and is being called a “game-changer” in the abortion debate. Senate Bill 145 – the Dismemberment Abortion Ban – is sponsored by Ohio State Senators Matt Huffman and Steve Wilson. “This is the civil rights issue of our time,” said Sen. Huffman,… Continue reading Senate Bill 145 Will End Dismemberment Abortions
Dreams Come True: Zach Veach To Make Indy 500 Debut
By Del Duduit It’s cool to say I coached a kid who will be driving in the greatest spectacle in racing. Although my pee wee basketball coaching in no way influenced Zach Veach’s place in the Indianapolis 500, I can say I coached him. Come to think of it, maybe I pushed him away from… Continue reading Dreams Come True: Zach Veach To Make Indy 500 Debut
Take The Roman’s Road to Minford
By Del Duduit If you try to find me on April 29, I’ll be tucked away in a cave in Minford, Ohio. I’ll be in my normal spot taking pictures when runners come out of the “chilly” waters during the 7th Annual White Gravel Mines Extreme Trail 5K Adventure Run. Minford is about two hours… Continue reading Take The Roman’s Road to Minford
Lue Has Game in Perspective
By Del Duduit In doing some research for an upcoming project, I had the wonderful opportunity to go to a Cleveland Cavs game Friday night. My first job out of college was a sports writer, and this brought back a lot of fun memories of attending some professional sporting events. I have to admit, it… Continue reading Lue Has Game in Perspective
What Will Be Your Legacy?
By Del Duduit How will you be remembered when you die? This question hit home over the weekend after a dear friend suddenly passed away. Bob had been sick – but he was not expected to die so quickly. In fact, we all thought he was going to come home from The Ohio State University… Continue reading What Will Be Your Legacy?
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