By Del Duduit There is nothing more fulfilling than taking time on a cold winter’s night to sing Christmas carols to the elderly and those who are shut in. Angie and I, along with several members of the Rubyville Community Church, did that again last night. We’ve done it since I can remember, and it… Continue reading The Silence of the Night
By Del Duduit Christmas time comes at the end of the year and embraces the spirit of giving. As I grow older, I honestly love to give much more than I do to receive. The last few years, this has become more apparent. My wife, Angie, will ask me what I want the kids or… Continue reading A Christmas Tree to Remember
By Del Duduit This weekend marked the official beginning of the Christmas season. And no, I’m not referring to Black Friday. That’s a day set aside by retailers as a real life pay-per-view boxing match. I avoid that day and stay hunkered down and nearly unconscious from my food-induced coma. But what I mean is… Continue reading What Did Mary Know?
By Del Duduit Everyone should have a special day just for them. For some, it might be a birthday or an anniversary. Mothers and fathers have a block on the calendar where they should be pampered by their children and grandchildren. Presidents have a day of observance, and our veterans need to be honored every… Continue reading A Night to Shine for Special Needs
By Del Duduit This blog will be a little different than ones I usually post. I enjoy writing about inspirational and ordinary people I meet along the way and convey their messages of hope. For me, it's more than a hobby. But I want to take a few moments and reflect back on the year I… Continue reading My Thanksgiving Message
By Del Duduit In case you did not see the dozens of posts on my social media this weekend, I’ll fill you in with the big news. Angie and I are going to be grandparents again!! Sophie, our four-year-old granddaughter, made the gender announcement in her own style. The blonde-hair cutie patootie made her favorite… Continue reading Grandson on the way — Who-Dey!
By Del Duduit Next Tuesday is election day. The political climate is tense at the moment and there is unrest in our society. Both sides need to tame down the rhetoric and work for the betterment of our great nation. But should Christians get involved in the process? This has been debated for many years… Continue reading Cast Your Vote!
By Del Duduit Anyone who knows anything about the National Football League is aware that Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin is passionate. He is a no-nonsense leader who gets to the point and does not appreciate hypothetical situations or questions. I witnessed this myself Sunday afternoon when a reporter posed a scenario to him… Continue reading Are You Passionate?
By Del Duduit Every Wednesday since the summer of 2015, Ashley has visited the Ashland Community Kitchen to serve food to people who are in need. The talented photographer not only sees life through her Nikon lens, but she examines her own heart and internal needs during these moments. “I love coming here,” she told… Continue reading But for the Grace of God
By Del Duduit October! This is my favorite month of the year for many reasons. Football is in high gear while the MLB playoffs begin. October is the start of God making new colors to decorate the leaves and crisp evenings with family around the fire pit. It’s the time to sort through and find… Continue reading What’s Your Costume for Halloween?