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Book

Check out the book published by Amazon and written by D.C. Adkisson, The True and Unbiased Life of Elias Butler.  It is a novel about the life of a man forced from Tennessee after the Civil War and going to Texas then his first ride up the trail to Abilene.

Added by Don Adkisson on October 7, 2016 at 12:29pm — No Comments

Echoes From the Campfire

I've been posting these on Campfire Messages, but was told that it might be better to post them here.  I'll give it a try.

Echoes From the Campfire--May 12

     "You judge a person by his heart, not by his house."                                                                               --Elmer…

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Added by Don Adkisson on May 12, 2016 at 10:32am — No Comments

Be Wary -- lest is sneak up on you!

"The fire began to blaze up and I poured him a cup of coffee and handed it across the fire to him--with my left hand."

--Louis L'Amour

Better sit yourself down, as I can see you're a staggerin'. Coffee's ready and I'll get a cup for you. Yep, I heard the rumblin'; it must be time for those horsemen to start ridin'. How much more can this ol' earth take? Sure glad I wasn't born no later than I was. At least the coffee's hot this morning. Yes siree that boy livin' in Washington…

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Added by Don Adkisson on May 12, 2012 at 11:56am — No Comments

Who Are You?

Often, I have heard is said that character is who a person is when no one else is around.  I tend to disagree as this statement is only partly true.  Character is who a person is all the time.  It is a product of a lifetime.  Someone said that "character is a quality of life.  As such, it affects personality, attitudes, and life standards."

     Who was Peter?  He was a man that you wanted on your side.  If there was a squabble over fishing rights or a heavy catch that needed hauling…

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Added by Don Adkisson on May 4, 2011 at 7:05am — 1 Comment

Pardners

     "In the country of the open spaces a man must have sand.  Courage is the basis upon which the others virtues are built, the fundamental upon which he is most searchingly judged.  Let a man tell the truth, stick to his pal, and fight when trouble is forced on him, and he will do to ride the river with, in the phrase of the plains."

                                                                                       --William MacLeod Raine

That term fellowship is…

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Added by Don Adkisson on April 13, 2011 at 7:24pm — No Comments

Aches of the Trail

     Scars, decisions, failures, stumbling, the daily work of the job are all part of life.  The old wounds are there and man must live with them.  At times they still may ache, and the heart still feels it.  A glance in the mirror, the scar is seen, the memory returns.  There may even be once again the thought of remorse.

     The aches come and I take some Advil, reach in the cabinet for the liniment, rub it on the aches, and hobble on, always forward.  Thank the good Lord for that…

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Added by Don Adkisson on April 4, 2011 at 1:01pm — No Comments

Blessed Quietness--Holy Quietness

My wife and I were camping a couple of years ago near the Utah/Wyoming border.  The first night a storm came up, the winds blew and the rain came down.  Annie asked if the tent was going to be blown away.  I assured her that it would not blow away since we were in it, but did tell her that if might come down.

     The next morning, ahhh, the air was clear and crisp, the sun shining down, and there was a wonderful freshness.  We sat around the fire before breakfast, drinking coffee and…

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Added by Don Adkisson on March 26, 2011 at 4:18pm — 2 Comments

Small Things

I was looking at some notes I had and noticed the following quotation from a book by Louis L'Amour.  "It was very small--a man could cover that fire with his hat--but it was enough for coffee."  Set me to thinking of how important and soothing little, simple things can be.  I've spent more than twice around a fire like that, and, in fact, I still keep a coffeepot, some coffee, and a cup in the truck just in case of such an "emergency."  Now, don't get me wrong, I'm not always against the… Continue

Added by Don Adkisson on March 21, 2011 at 4:30am — 1 Comment

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Christian Country Expo 2016

ICCAN will be partnering again this year with the Christian Country Expo in Pigeon Forge, TN! We had a great event last year and looking for even more things going on this year. If you plan to attend be sure to tell them you are with ICCAN so we can…Continue

Started by Jan Harbuck, Network Manager Feb 3, 2016.

Traveling across country

I will start out Dec. 20th from Haughton, LA driving to Las Vegas. My next scheduled event is Dec. 27th In Vegas. I am looking for any churches that would like to have me along the route. You may contact at wade@wadehammond.com. I travel in my…Continue

Started by WADE HAMMOND Nov 21, 2015.

Outdoors 1 Reply

Anyone else feel a great sense of feeling God's presence outdoors? I think that is why I enjoy it so much. I mean, most of the time I could care less about a fish on the line as long as I have my bible with.Anyways, I am starting an online community…Continue

Started by Mitch Clarke. Last reply by Lahry Sibley Apr 23, 2015.

Revival for Easter

"Woe unto them that call evil good and good evil; that put darkness for light and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!" (Isaiah 5:20 KJV)As we celebrate this Sunday the sacrifice that Christ made on the cross, let us…Continue

Started by Ernie Penley Mar 31, 2015.

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