REMEMBERING ROGER BANNISTER
On the morning of March 6, 1954, a young medical student in London completed his rounds at St. Mary’s Hospital. He then embarked on a 57 mile journey. The first 56 miles were taken by train from London to Oxford. The last mile was taken by foot on a cinder track off Iffley Road in Oxford.
It was this final mile that would make history. Read More »
REMEMBERING MY FATHER AND BILLY GRAHAM
When I was a boy, I had two heroes. They were both Southern Baptist ministers. The first was my father. The second was Billy Graham. Read More »
I COULD HAVE BEEN A WINTER OLYMPIAN!
Last week was terrible. The stock market fell by about a million points, the Federal Government shut down for the second time this year, and I had emergency surgery!
But I’m back home now, and this week has been a good one. As I recover from my recent surgery, I am sitting in my lounge chair in front of my big screen T.V. watching the Winter Olympics from Pyongchang, South Korea. And if you can pronounce “Pyongchang,” you deserve a gold medal in linguistics. Read More »