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 message 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 2020 — Enough Said
By Del Duduit Last week, I had the pleasure – I guess I can call it that – to work in my local Board of Elections office and help prepare the county for the dreaded election day. For the past 25 years plus, I have served as my precinct committee person for the Republican party,… Continue reading The Election Process
By Del Duduit Ten years ago, my professional life was up in the air. I was laid off from a position and had to be like a scavenger to find a job. But that did not change who I was as a person. Even though I felt dejected, I was still me. Ten years ago,… Continue reading 10 Years Ago – The Journey Started
By Del Duduit Over the next few weeks and blogs, I will switch gears and discuss overcoming obstacles. We all have experienced them, some bigger than others. They can range from a lost job, to a relationship gone south to health issues. Challenges can be personal, or at least taken that way. For example, I… Continue reading The Words Would Not Come Out
By Del Duduit This weekend was the opening round of the high school playoff football season, and already memories were made that will last a lifetime. There is nothing more rewarding for a player, coach, or parent than to watch their son or daughter make a big play when it counts the most. When the… Continue reading What a Feeling
By Del Duduit For 14 laps, he led the most prestigious race in the world. Zach Veach, a kid I coached in fourth grade basketball, was out in front toward the end of the race. When it was over, he finished in 15th place. But from laps 171 to 184, out of 200, he was… Continue reading A Leader in the Pack
By Del Duduit There are things in life we all might take for granted. The sunrise. Lights that come on when we flip the switch. A good hot cup of coffee in the morning. The unconditional love of my grandchildren. But who would have ever thought to put college football on the list? Or going… Continue reading Just Like That
By Del Duduit Most everyone has something they treasure. Some items are sentimental, while others have real monetary value. My wife has an antique curio cabinet full of nostalgic memories from her grandmother and other family members. Most objects inside would never have much value to anyone except to her. To her they are priceless.… Continue reading Who Poisoned Your Trees?
By Del Duduit In a couple weeks, I will launch two books that are based on an intense rivalry. Over the years, I have either played, covered, or watched rivalries in the sports world. I remember the battles between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. There were the competitive encounters between the Dallas Cowboys and the… Continue reading What Makes A Good Rivalry?
By Del Duduit I believe God puts people in our lives at the right moment. Over the years, I have been blessed to have met some famous people in efforts to expand my writing and now my ministry. I have shaken hands with players who I admired and put my arm around a sitting President… Continue reading A Friend of PJNET.TV