Author Archives: Doc Arnett

About Doc Arnett

Native of southwestern Kentucky currently living in Ark City, Kansas, with my wife of twenty-nine years, Randa. We have, between us, eight children and twenty-eight grandkids. We enjoy singing, worship, remodeling and travel.

A Word to One’s Self

Be strong, be smart, be tough, be humble… even when (especially when!) doing so seems more paradox than orthodox! Continue reading

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Hold to Such Memories

The longer I live, the more I treasure the memories of family gatherings and see such memories as sacred fragments. Continue reading

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The Love of Laughter

I have many wonderful memories of Thanksgiving when I was a kid in West Kentucky… my favorite, though… Continue reading

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Tater Diggin’

Sometimes the dreading of a job is worse than the job itself. That might be true about digging potatoes… Maybe… Continue reading

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The Healing Silence

In the examination of our own thoughts, we both know and are known. Continue reading

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Community Supper

Singing together and watching good folks enjoy helping some good kids raise money for a good trip… now that’s a good time! Continue reading

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Walking Along the River Road

Sometimes, if we just keep going a while longer, we’ll find a better path to where we want to be. Whatever leads us to a higher road is worth traveling. Continue reading

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