The secret elders meeting

Another Look by David Faust My great-uncle died in 2000 at the age of 95. Uncle Floyd was a colorful character and a master storyteller. A retired preacher, in his later years he ministered to nursing home residents by playing the accordion and singing for them. Uncle Floyd wrote down some of his best stories […]

What are we saying about God?

Another Look by David Faust I believe in God, but I’m dismayed when foolish things are done in his name. I love the church, but sometimes I’m embarrassed by what churches do. Flipping through the TV channels, I ask myself, “If I were not a believer, what would these religious programs tell me about the […]

You don’t need to be a big dog

Another Look by David Faust My wife and I are the proud owners of a little dog. Our pint-sized long-haired Chihuahua is so small I can carry her in the palm of my hand. Full-grown, she weighs four pounds, six ounces. You know you own a small dog when she has to wear a bell […]

Litterbugs and love-bugs

Another Look David Faust May I share with you a pleasant memory and a pet peeve? First the pet peeve: littering. Why does anyone find it acceptable to toss bottles and fast-food wrappers on the ground? According to a survey conducted for Keep America Beautiful, it costs an estimated $11 billion per year to clean […]