The family homeless shelter connected to the Salvation Army’s Norristown, Pa., Corps provides more than a roof over your head, a bed, and food, you’re also invited to attend worship
On July 1st, 1940, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge opened to the public. It was the 3rd largest suspension bridge in the world and it spanned Puget Sound’s Tacoma Narrows Straight.
Jesus dying on the cross for our sins was not only an ultimate sacrifice but a life-giving gift to us. Because man (humanity) during that time couldn’t accept changing their
The movie “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” (1993) is a thought-provoking character study of a dysfunctional family. After his father’s death, Gilbert (Johnny Depp) has to care for his special needs brother
I came across this familiar phrase in my reading the other day…..out of the ordinary. My mind immediately went to the typical meanings like “exceptional, extraordinary and remarkable”. For some