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The Lost Boy

September 25, 2017
The Lost Boy
A young man was about to be sentenced to the penitentiary. The judge had known him from childhood, because he was well acquainted with his father--a famous legal scholar and the author of an exhaustive study entitled, "The Law of Trusts." "Do you remember your father?" asked the magistrate... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

The Lie of Lying

September 22, 2017
The Lie of Lying
The University of Massachusetts conducted a study on lying using 242 undergraduates. Each student was paired with a partner they had never met before, and were instructed to talk normally. The recordings of these conversations showed that 60% of these students could not talk for longer than 10 minutes without lying... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Tenacity

September 21, 2017
Tenacity
Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the most well-known composers of all and time, was born in Bonn, Germany. During his life, he composed 9 symphonies, 1 violin & 5 piano concertos, 32 piano sonatas, 16 string quartets, and one opera. Most of these were written after 1798, the year that he suffered an injury that cost him his hearing... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Personal Accountability to God

September 20, 2017
Personal Accountability to God
The seventh principle of the Judeo-Christian ethic is the principle of personal accountability. One of the greatest restraints against evil toward another is the knowledge that every person will one day give an account to Almighty God... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Common Decency

September 19, 2017
Common Decency
The sixth principle of a Judeo-Christian ethic is the principle of common decency. Common decency is simply the truth that a decent nation is made up of decent people. When a decent nation is faced with a difficult situation, that nation will do the right, and honest thing... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

The Abrahamic Covenant

September 18, 2017
The Abrahamic Covenant
The fifth principle of a Judeo-Christian Ethic is the principle of the Abrahamic Covenant. A covenant is an agreement between two people or groups stating they will keep a promise or arrangement between them... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

The Right to a God-centered Education

September 15, 2017
The Right to a God-centered Education
The fourth principle of the Judeo-Christian Ethic is the right to a God-centered Education. The Bible states that the Fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. Most of America’s colleges and universities were founded by Christians preachers and churches... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

A National Work Ethic

September 14, 2017
A National Work Ethic
The third principle of the Judeo-Christian ethic is a National Work Ethic. Ingrained deep within the American spirit is a willingness and desire to give an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay. This is the principle that has allowed America to build the largest and strongest economy in the history of the World... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

The Traditional Family

September 13, 2017
The Traditional Family
The second principle of the Judeo-Christian ethic is the Traditional Family. Our society is based on the belief that traditional marriage and family is the backbone of a healthy social order. God’s design for marriage is the union of a man and a woman;... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

The Dignity of Human Life

September 12, 2017
The Dignity of Human Life
The first principle of the Judeo-Christian ethic is the dignity of human life. Our society has always placed a great importance on the respect and preservation of human life. That is why our Declaration of Independence states that we are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights; and the first of these is the right to “life”. A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

A Time for Heroes

September 11, 2017
A Time for Heroes
In his book, A Time for Heroes, Lance Wubbels paid tribute to the patriotic heroes the world watched on September 11, 2001: “They are the police, the paramedics, rescue workers, doctors, nurses, National Guard, Red Cross workers, and others we have so often taken for granted..." A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Courage to Continue

September 8, 2017
Courage to Continue
Winston Churchill said, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” During the London Blitz in WWII, millions of Londoners huddled together in basements while their children were being sent by train out of the major cities and into the country for safety. A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Points in Favor

September 7, 2017
Points in Favor
In the late 1800’s, an employee of the Standard Oil company made a poor business decision costing the company $2 million dollars. Edward Bedford, one of the company's high ranking executives, went to see Rockefeller, the head of Standard Oil, to discuss the loss in person... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

How Will You Be Remembered?

September 6, 2017
How Will You Be Remembered?
Despite his short life, David Brainerd left a profound impact on the Delaware Indians. Born in 1718 in Connecticut, he enrolled at Yale University in 1739, but soon fell ill to tuberculosis. However, Brainerd still felt the call to the mission field... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Forgotten

September 5, 2017
Forgotten
His initials were W.W., and in the 1930s and 40s they were enough to identify him to most Americans. Widely considered the creator of modern gossip writing, this rude, abrasive, egotistical man was the country's most influential and widely read journalist... a Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Common Sense

September 4, 2017
Common Sense
In early 1776, many Americans still hoped for reconciliation with Britain. The British were hoping to capitalize on that sentiment and made a generous offer for peace that would have been welcomed. But, Thomas Paine, anonymously published the political pamphlet, Common Sense...a Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Closed Labor Day!

September 3, 2017
Closed Labor Day!
As we celebrate this LABOR DAY may we look back at what our country was founded on...

A Soldier's Lullaby

September 1, 2017
A Soldier's Lullaby
During a military funeral, the song “TAPS” is played by a bugler. For over a century this song has represented the death of an American Hero, however, this was not the original purpose for the song. During the Civil War “Taps” was sounded at the end of the day... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

The Last of Us

August 31, 2017
The Last of Us
On the night of December 14, 1799, the Commander and Chief of our country, George Washington, died. At his home in Mount Vernon an inscription reads, "Washington, the brave, the wise, the good... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

The Hero of Trafalgar

August 30, 2017
The Hero of Trafalgar
On October 21, 1805, Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson’s British fleet engaged the French and Spanish forces of Napoleon Bonaparte at Cape Trafalgar in the Mediterranean Sea. Nelson was ordered to hold the Cádiz blockade off the Atlantic coast of Spain to hold in Napoleon’s forces... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Is Your Cup Full?

August 29, 2017
Is Your Cup Full?
While sitting in a restaurant and being cared for by a good waitress or waiter, your cup will rarely be empty. In fact, the only time they won’t fill your cup, is if it’s already full. Have you ever met someone who always has all the answers? A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Simply Skinny

August 29, 2017
Simply Skinny
Simply Skinny provides your body with the jump start!

The Cornerstone

August 28, 2017
The Cornerstone
The Constitutional Conventions were turbulent times for our country. There was constant arguing, and great trouble making progress. One day amidst the bickering, Benjamin Franklin stood up, and in his faint voice said... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Ten Words

August 25, 2017
Ten Words
Kind words don’t cost much but they sure can be valuable. Ten Words in eight seconds is what changed the life of Port Barre Elementary Janitor Gabe Sonnier, who was told one day, while picking up papers from the floor by the school principal... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D. C. Curry Lumber Company

Bad Company

August 24, 2017
Bad Company
George Washington, in paraphrasing the Bible, once said, “It is far better to be alone, then to be in bad company.” The friends we keep have a profound influence on us, for good or bad. Some of our friends are beneficial to us: they build us up and edify us... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

Simple Speech

August 23, 2017
Simple Speech
In 1863, after the Battle of Gettysburg, thousands of Americans gathered to commemorate the nearly 50,000 soldiers who had lost their lives in the bloodiest battle in American history... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D. C. Curry Lumber Company

Baltic Birch Plywood BLOW OUT!

August 22, 2017
Baltic Birch Plywood BLOW OUT!
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Responsibility

August 22, 2017
Responsibility
“With great power comes great responsibility” is a well-known phrase. While it is often repeated in popular comics, it has a much deeper meaning. It encompasses a profound concept: as we are given more ability, more is expected of us... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D. C. Curry Lumber Company

Pride the Size of an Elephant

August 21, 2017
Pride the Size of an Elephant
During the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, in the Civil War, General John Sedgwick was inspecting the union artillery. While making his rounds, Sedgwick walked out from behind a short parapet, to inspect the enemy’s troops. A Moment in Time brought to you by the D. C. Curry Lumber Company

Perseverance

August 18, 2017
Perseverance
Louis Pasteur, the inventor of pasteurization, was the son of a poor French tanner. In school, he was an average student at best, and had more interest in fishing and sketching than learning. In 1839, he enrolled in college and earned a bachelor of letters degree a year later... A Moment in Time brought to you by the D.C. Curry Lumber Company

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