To celebrate the launch of Words of Hope and Comfort, Dallas Holm is hosting a very special, live concert and you are invited to join the live stream! On September 11, 2016 Dallas will perform at his home church in Tyler, Texas and our friends from around the world will join in and watch the […]
Arrogant. Dishonest. Immoral. Profane. Unkind. How’s that for a list of very unflattering words? Not only do those words bespeak a lack of character, integrity and morality, they are the words used daily, both in public and in private, to describe our two leading candidates for President of these United States. In fairness, some of […]
In our culture I fear the word comfort is most defined by that which pertains to ease. Anything that might possess the potential to dis-comfort must be avoided at all costs. Our definition of comfort often has a sense of passivity if not laziness.
We ride in comfort, we walk in comfortable shoes, we lounge in comfortable chairs, and we even eat comfort food.
It’s interesting to note that the first definitions given to us in the older more reliable dictionaries are, “strengthening aid or to give strength and hope to.”