REVIEW: COMEDY FESTIVAL Wilson Dixon – Greatest Hits Opera House, May 4 I’ve never met a man who can say he’s been punched by a horse before, nor have I ever heard anyone write a song about it. Such is life for Wilson Dixon in the town of Cripple Creek; a place that I can only imagine is as dusty and dry as Dixon’s sense of humour
One Sunday last fall, Bill Hybels, founder and senior pastor at the Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago’s northwest suburbs, was preaching on the logic and power of Jesus’ words “Love thine enemy.” As is his custom, Hybels was working a small semicircle of easels arrayed behind his lectern, reinforcing key phrases. Hybels’ preaching is economical, precise of tone and gesture.
When Crystal Byrd’s second child was born, the doctors urged her to place her baby to her breast.