By Del Duduit I may lose some followers after this post, but it’s okay. It’s my blog. This will not be inspirational but rather a look into a Biblical issue that has become both social and political. I can understand why some people have differences of opinions. This is what makes this world unique and… Continue reading At What Cost?
By Del Duduit The last few weeks have been contentious to say the least. Every time I turn on the television, I hear about crime, murder, riots, attacks, and our nation’s political scene has become very ugly. I wrote an opinion piece for my local newspaper last week and received several hateful and rude comments… Continue reading What a ‘Night to Shine’
By Del Duduit A few months ago, Angie and I traveled to Seattle, Washington for a couple days before we met her family for a cruise through Alaska. We went to the Emerald City to be alone before we spent nine days with a bunch of fun people (wink.) Seattle was a cool and vibrant… Continue reading The Restoration Process
By Del Duduit In a few short weeks, my book, Dugout Devotions: Inspirational Hits from MLB’s Best, will launch. I love working with New Hope Publishers out of Alabama. My personal goal is to make them Buckeye fans some day. The book becomes available on Amazon on February 25, and I’m planning a big shindig… Continue reading What’s Inside Dugout Devotions?
By Del Duduit A couple years ago, Angie and I attended the Florida Christian Writers Conference near Orlando, Florida. It changed our lives. The writing journey I had just started was about to take off in a big way. I had completed some tasks suggested to me by my now friend, co-author, and business partner,… Continue reading On Deck: Dugout Devotions
By Del Duduit Over the past few weeks, I have written about Christmas caroling, my favorite Holiday movies, and my list of cherished Christmas songs. I have wrapped and opened presents, including my new Penguin coffee mug from my granddaughter Sophie, and I have stuffed myself with my mother-in-law Arlene’s famous Christmas sugar cookies. I… Continue reading Happy Anniversary Silent Night
By Del Duduit WARNING: Cheesy blog ahead: With Christmas Day next week, I wanted to write a post and stay within the Spirit of the Season. I wrote about some of my favorite Christmas songs a couple of weeks ago and last week described how going caroling can make someone who is alone feel overwhelmed… Continue reading My Favorite Christmas Movies
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?