Author: Charles Moore

Ground Z-ro

As I’m now in full-blown dreaming mode about the kingdom opportunities in the Green Hills area of Nashville, my heart turns toward Generation Z. “Gen Z” encompasses all of those born after 1995, and you may be tempted to lump

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The Mystery of the White Headboard

It all started in a whirlwind of preparations for a move to Nashville. Eileen and I needed to downsize, so I posted some items of excess furniture on Facebook Marketplace (which I had never used prior to this experience). Here

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The Paradox of Freedom

Her name is Marina Ovsyannikova. She held up a “no war” sign on the news set of the state-controlled Channel 1 in Moscow. Her visual and verbal condemnation on live TV of the war in Ukraine has proven to be

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Zest at Ziklag

Most everyone I know, to one degree or another, is struggling with weariness. Real weariness. Perhaps that includes you. These are wearying times. Our hearts are broken over the situation in Ukraine. Then we remember Afghanistan, and our hearts break

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Come, Thou Unexpected Jesus

Yes, I’m adjusting a hymn title, but I’m adjusting it for good reason. The Son of God has come to us in the most unexpected way! I know it’s supposed to be the season of Lent, but I’m still in awe of

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Ukrainium

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, one ton of natural uranium can produce more than 40 million kilowatt-hours of electricity. If I understand it correctly – and I freely admit that there are lots of folks around “Atomic City”

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Gray Hairs and Giggles

Today I’ll take you way back in your Bible to Genesis 5. We find there a long genealogy, and from it we learn several things about life before the Flood. Namely, people lived a long, long time! We also learn

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Big (Mac) Joy

Yesterday I witnessed something that I never thought I’d see in our mild-mannered Paducah. Two ladies, driving two separate cars in the drive-through lane, busted out in a version of road rage rarely seen in these parts. The woman in

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The Ice God

The celebrated meteorologist Jim Cantore may not show up in Paducah this time like he did before the crippling storm in 2009, but the ice is on its way. Even as I write, it’s headed in our direction. The question

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The Gospel of Carl and Ellie

Call me a sappy sentimentalist if you want. I’m good with it, and I’ve been called much worse. Anybody else remember Disney’s “Up” from 2009? Hopefully, without spoiling it for those of you who haven’t seen the computer-animated film, I’ll

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