Entries by Christopher Stevens

Working in Adversity

Why do we continue to work hard, even harder, in a crisis? I have been wondering about this. We started back only three days from the end of Spring Break. We have asked your children (and their teachers) to work hard by transitioning to Cornerstone at Home. I have found that this Cornerstone at Home […]

Raising Sturdy Children

We know that good parenting is an essential part of a child’s academic and moral development. Come hear Keith McCurdy, counselor and education specialist, talk about how to raise sturdy children. Thursday, April 16, 2020, at 6:30 PM – 8 PM at First Southern Baptist Church – Salina, KS. Keith provides counseling and consulting services […]

Parents, Actually, We Do Need You

From our Nation’s birth there have been people, men and women, who have given their lives in service to their country. Some of them in their serving, like John Adams or Thomas Jefferson, have lived to a ripe old age.  Others have died at a very young age; some would say too soon, but these […]

Memorial Day Reflection

Friends on the Wall From our Nation’s birth there have been people, men and women, who have given their lives in service to their country. Some of them in their serving, like John Adams or Thomas Jefferson, have lived to a ripe old age.  Others have died at a very young age; some would say […]

When Mom Gets Angry

I can still hear her English accent in my head, “CHRISTOPHER!” It may have been for not putting something away, having a messy room, or making a foolish mistake and earning a bad grade. I think every man (at least every man with enough siblings) can conjure up the frustrated, angry voice of his mother. […]