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Honor To Whom Honor Is Due – Frank Higginbotham

I entered Freed-Hardeman College in 1980 as a Bible major. It was my desire to spend my life preaching the good news about Jesus. While I preached for some congregations while in college, I didn’t begin full-time work until 1984. Thirty-two years later I am still preaching, and I absolutely love what I do. While …

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A Timely Reminder

Tomorrow will mark two years since my dad passed away. Over the past two years, I have missed so many things I used to take for granted, but one thing I am sure of is that my sadness has been tempered by the faithful life that my dad lived and the faithfulness of the God …

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A Few Super Bowl Memories

Today is “Super Bowl Sunday,” and with it comes quite a few memories. You see, when the NFL lengthened it’s season a few years ago, it put the Super Bowl on the same weekend that my mom and dad would make their annual trek to Freed-Hardeman University for their lectureship. That meant that they would …

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Thanksgiving

Two months ago today, my dad unexpectedly passed away, and tomorrow I’m supposed to celebrate Thanksgiving Day.  In spite of the sorrow I’ve experienced over the past two months, and the sadness we’ll experience when Dad will not be sitting around the table with us tomorrow, I still have so many reasons for which to …

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West Virginia Christian’s Tribute to My Dad

I want to do two things in this post.  First, I want to thank Albert Farley and the West Virginia Christian magazine for dedicating an issue of their paper as a tribute to my dad.  Dad spent his entire life preaching in West Virginia.  He loved the state and the people living there. Brother Albert …

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