Del Duduit is the Editor of Southern Ohio Christian Voice. He is an award-winning writer, freelancer, blogger at www.delduduit.com, speaker, and author of eight books with four more coming in 2021. He lives in Lucasville, Ohio with his wife, Angie, and they attend Rubyville Community Church. He is represented by Cyle Young of Hartline Literary Agency.
The Parsons Family sang at Rubyville Community Church on July 30, 2017. The Southern Gospel family stays on the road about 320 days a year and ministers through music. The ministry is their life and means of survival.
In order to execute the entire Script Ohio, the whole band must follow one person – the Drum Major. This leader is decked out in a stylish uniform and carries a huge baton. If he gets out of step, then the whole thing becomes a mess. To my knowledge, that has never happened. That is why they practice.
Andy Dalton is a solid Christian player who holds his God, family, and team up in that order. His priorities are in check, and he is playing the game for the right reason. He definitely wants to win, but he also wants to be a positive example to everyone who watches. He has accepted his role as a public figure and demonstrates an honest and humble attitude.
There are many facts in life I find hard to believe – yet they are true. For instance. I am an Elvis fan, but did you know he was a natural blond? It’s a fact. Were you aware dead people are able to get goosebumps? Yes, they can. This is amusing, but perhaps you knew that Neil Armstrong had to go through U.S. customs in Hawaii when he returned from the moon. That is so ironic.
Dad needed to know. A few days passed, and Seth took Braxton to McDonald’s and asked him what he remembered about the incident. He posed the question to his toddler — did you see Jesus? Braxton said yes, and added the Lord has white hair. Seth followed up with, “Did Jesus speak to you? What did He say?”
Clayton Kershaw and I have a lot in common. I found out some interesting facts about the seven-time MLB All-Star and three-time Cy Young Award-winning pitcher recently when his Los Angeles Dodgers visited Ohio during a road trip to Cleveland and Cincinnati.