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We Must Discontinue Our Dislove

by Terry Rush We, the church, are shooting ourselves in the proverbial foot. We practice an evil trait that contradicts the Bible message; all the while insisting that our branch of biblical perception interprets matters accurately. I speak of our practicing dislove (dis-love) for any who insult us or merely ruffle our preferential feathers. To…

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Outdoor Truths

We are in uncharted territory. COVID-19 has not only affected my work life, but now my hunting life. Kentucky allowed no non-resident hunters to hunt during turkey season. I know the fish and wildlife agency was not happy either. They could have used the income. But to be honest, most fish and game agencies have…

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Outdoor Truths

I love the outdoors, but you can be assured of the fact, sooner or later accidents will happen. Most of the time these are minor and not worth mentioning. On other occasions they are more climatic, and the setbacks are longer. Not only do accidents happen during our outdoor activities but they also happen in…

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Humility Will Launch the Church

by Terry Rush Living within the borders of church-ism, effectively, requires specific attention to the spirit of a person. The launching pad for productive spirituality will consistently be from humility. The choker to a hopeful work will be the pride of it. Faith and pride won’t mix. Therefore, we must be on guard against… our…

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Outdoor Truths

Immediately, I am reminded of a book in the Bible. It is only one chapter. It is the book of Jude. Its subject is concerning apostasy. For my purposes here, I am not as concerned with the purpose of the book as much as I am with how it starts. Jude writes this. “Dear friends,…

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Outdoor Truths

I was unable to scout before opening day, but I knew where the turkeys loved to roost. So, I proceeded to set up my decoys with a little bit of faith and a little bit of reason. As daylight approached I tried to wake up a nearby gobbler with a soft yelp. Nothing answered my…

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We Are Going to be Okay

by Terry Rush Yes, these days seem to be perplexing to say the least. Questions seem to give birth to additional questions. There is concern that when we hear of direction or solution we wonder if either are legit…or are they merely estimational? For certain, we are going to be okay. The more we apply…

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Outdoor Truths

I’m embarrassed to say, my turkey season has been terrible. I’ve not been able to stay very late up in the morning, so I’ve been limited to trying to compete with hens after the toms fly off the roost. Early in the season, this is hard. For me it has been impossible. I have watched…

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Outdoor Truths

No matter how long you’ve been doing something, there is always a first. This truth goes for turkey hunting and it goes for me. Let me explain. I had decided at the last minute to go hunting that morning. I was about thirty minutes late but was still able to arrive before the hens flew…

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COVID-19 Steals SCR-I 2020 Baseball Season

Scotland County R-I baseball coach Rod Sears, admits that some folks may think he has been quarantined too long when they read his analogy of what the cancellation of the 2020 baseball season has meant to him. In the end he said it was simply the best way to tell  people how he feels about…

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