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by Bryant Evans on December 9, 2013

It is Sunday morning, 7 a.m. In two hours I will be teaching a Bible class. In three hours I will be worshiping with the family at the Eastern Shore Church of Christ. In 24 hours I will flying to Guyana where I will spend the next 2 weeks teaching men who want to preach […]

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by Bryant Evans on November 25, 2012

It did not freeze last night. Contrary to some weather forecasts, it only dropped to about 37 here in Daphne. But I did notice my neighbors covering their plants yesterday. And even though they will awake to realize their work was not needed, they will still take similar preparations next time. When living in the […]

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Lessons from the Passing of Senator Edward Kennedy

by Bryant Evans on August 26, 2009

Senator Ted Kennedy died Tuesday night. The patriarch of the Kennedy family was, according to the Washington Post a “the last male survivor of a privileged and charismatic family that in the 1960’s dominated American politics and attracted worldwide attention.” The story reminded readers that his two brothers were political scions in their own right, […]

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