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 This week, I started writing First Down Devotions: Inspirations from NFL’s Best Vol. 2, which is due to my publisher in June. Last professional football season, I spent time in several locker rooms after games and caught up with players I wanted to feature in the book. I call it research while… Continue reading We All Face Challenges
By Del Duduit The cornerstone of the Christian religion is centered around faith. We believe Jesus Christ was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, was crucified for our sins and rose three days later to defeat death and the grave. Simple. Right? That's our faith. Webster says it’s “complete trust or confidence in… Continue reading Is Your Faith Impossible?
By Del Duduit Some people have their lives planned out. They go to college, major in a certain degree and find a career right out of school in which they work until they retire. That sounds awesome. Me? Not the case. I attended Ohio University, majored in Sport Sciences and had dreams of working in the… Continue reading Are you ready for change?
By Del Duduit Some people have asked me the status of the manuscript which originally brought me into the world of Christian writing. I researched, interviewed and wrote a book about faith. In this, I used examples of three people who demonstrated magnificent trust under fire. One of those featured is my sister-in-law, Dee Dee,… Continue reading Faith is