Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

My short-lived time in the Boy Scouts ended because of unrealistic expectations. I had been through 2 or 3 weeks of meeting, tying knots, and discussing things related to living outdoors in the wildlife. The next meeting proved to be my last.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

I have never gone sky-diving. I am not sure I would still be alive once I made it to the ground. I would need to piggyback with another diver to pull the cord because I would probably pass out or worse. But, my brother has been. I asked if he would ever do it again and he assured me that was a one-time thing!

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

We have been told for many years of the extremely high volume of phone calls to mothers on Mothers’ Day. Maybe you have wondered how that number compares to calls to fathers on Fathers’ Day. AT&T produced their study on this question.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

Courage pushes people past their limits to face seemingly insurmountable odds. Discouragement drowns people in hopelessness so that they cannot even face the smallest of challenges. Courage elevates; discouragement deflates. Courage drives people forward. Discouragement drags people backward. There is nothing that kills good work done by good workers more swiftly than discouragement.