When our middle son left home, he left a letter that we read every Father’s Day. I guess we do that so we can cry. I have his permission to use it again. It is one of my treasures, and I love to share it.
There seems to be a universal desensitizing to sin. Year after year, it seems just a little more. A constant portrayal of sin on TV and movies leave the impression that sin is the norm! As for us, “Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.” (Psalm 119:11 […]
By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer In September, 10-year-old Treyton Neece drew a picture of the Roosevelt General Hospital. This holiday season, the picture he drew may show up in your mailbox in the form of a Christmas card from the hospital. In an effort to familiarize Portales children with the building, hospital administrators asked […]
By Helena Rodriguez: PNT Staff Writer I’ve had plenty of opportunities to make first impressions in my life because I’ve had so many job interviews. I’m just about an expert in the field. As they say, first impressions make lasting impressions, and yet job experts say it only takes a few seconds for these impressions […]