Even better than part one, Joanna Hogg’s sequel to her deeply autobiographical drama is simply one of the most sublime portraits of an artist …
We should thank God for His goodness, even when life is hard and troubles abound. Too often people are quick to complain and slow to give thanks. It doesn’t have to be this way. Instead we can focus on God’s goodness and, as the song says, “Count your blessings."
A Washington, D.C., man who took his dog, Cookie Monster, and his then-7-year-old son to a “two-card” dog fight in King George County in 2016 was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months in prison.
Because we live in a dark and confusing world, we need a reliable light. God has provided a bright light in the pages of Holy Scripture. We also need our spiritual eyes opened to comprehend and apply what has been written and preserved. We need biblical light and spiritual sight.
Sabato said his tone has changed in recent years, and there are two reasons why: Donald Trump and Jan. 6.
We recently had the investigation the state ordered into Virginia Military Institute. Now we have the investigation ordered into the investigation of the Virginia Parole Board. That report is now out and amounts to an “investigation of an investigation.” What to make of it?
Bruno Mars doesn't miss. So in teaming with multi-hyphenate performer Anderson .Paak — this is the first offering off the duo's upcoming debut album, "An Evening with Silk Sonic" — he's created a timeless-sounding, retro-R&B love jam that is crafted with care and precision and actually sounds romantic, a quality missing from so many of today's wham-bam odes to hooking up. Here's to hoping the album fully carries on that vibe.
ABINGDON, Va. — Abingdon’s long-awaited sports complex is slated for completion by the end of the year, said Town Manager Jimmy Morani. Quesenberry’s of Big Stone Gap, Virginia, has been given the green light with to start construction as the spring weather arrives, Morani said.
Virginia Republicans picked a new party chairman in August with hopes of winning again after losses in every statewide Virginia race since 2009.
We should have high hopes and great expectations. We should ask and pray in faith, believing, then leave the results to God without assuming that we always know what is best.
Getting our “ducks in a row” — our priorities in order — is much more important than getting the “right” answer to a simple question. The most important thing is to put the right person or thing in first place.
2021 is here: A new leaf, a new year, hope for a brighter tomorrow. Goodbye 2020. You won’t be missed.
Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? Want a suggestion or two? May I suggest that we all determine to be more childlike in the way we look at some things.
Our belief, our faith must be centered on Christ, if we are to have any hope for peace. Only the Christ of Christmas can deliver healing to the hurting human soul. Only His presence can bring peace to our trouble hearts.