Dawn Reed/Kentucky Today

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FIRST-PERSON: Telling the next generation

“Are you serious?” I nearly shrieked. “Surely there is someone else, someone better.” My mind was blown.

Después del diluvio, después del COVID

PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (BP) – Desde que el COVID-19 llegó a los EE. UU., he estado obsesionada con Noé. Muchas veces durante el cierre inicial y cuarentena, he reflexionado sobre el hombre en el arca. Mis primeros pensamientos fueron sobre su aislamiento. Estaba con su familia junto con muchos amigos peludos y emplumados, pero estaban separados […]

FIRST-PERSON: After the flood, after COVID

PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (BP) – Since COVID-19 came to the U.S., I’ve been obsessed with Noah. Many times during the initial shutdown/quarantines, I have pondered the man on the ark.

FIRST-PERSON: It’s just not your turn

“Maybe it just wasn’t your turn,” I told the young lady. “Maybe it wasn’t for you.”

FIRST-PERSON: A day for evaluation

PRESTONBURG, Ky. (BP) – Monday was my birthday. While birthdays are for celebrating (I never dreamed I would be this old!), for me it’s also a day of personal evaluation.

FIRST-PERSON: Remembering words

PRESTONBURG, Ky. (BP) – I knew my mom had been sick. It was a cold or a sinus infection, she said. Too many days passed with no improvement. When my sister told me she was finally going to the doctor, I knew it was bad.

FIRST-PERSON: He’s always my rescuer

PRESTONBURG, Ky. (BP) -- We got the call after we had gone to bed. The phone ringing late at night never brings good news. A neighbor's 10-year-old son was missing. The mother asked if we would pray and get others to pray they would find him.