Victim shares tragic childhood experiences.
Bullying has become ugly. When I was young, bullies ruled the schoolyard, beating up any poor kid weaker than them. But now, bullies use the internet to strike fear into their unweary victims. Continue reading When Bullying Goes Too Far
On October 11, she would’ve been 90
I usually keep the content in The Weekly Wanderer light and fun. Although, I do touch on serious—and political—issues from time to time. This is one of those times. Today, I want to share a story of Ethel Pearl Feltham (that is, my grandma), who passed away on September 2, 2017.
Continue reading Diamonds and Pearl (Tribute to grandma)
New radio station plays Christian and mainstream music
NewReleaseToday bravely crossed genre barriers with its new radio station, NRT Radio Positive. Instead of focusing just on Christian music genres, the radio station combines faith-based music with positive mainstream music. Continue reading Online Radio Embraces Positive Music
How often do you ignore watching or reading the news: the daily tragic rerun of the world’s events? It’s time to look at the news with a new perspective. Here is how to respond to the world’s overwhelming tragedies.
Continue reading Watching World News is Ministry
You get angry, so you swear, right? Where is the harm? Well, studies show that colourful language isn’t as harmless as you think. Continue reading How Profanity Can Hurt You
I love sharing my passions with others through the written word. Here is why.
Continue reading Why I Blog About Fitness & Travel
Most of us converse through email and social media; however, nothing replaces the face-to-face social experience. Here’s why.
Continue reading Building Communities Without Computers