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.

Life, Labor and Little Green Tomatoes

When it seems like things are pretty tough and we’re not making any progress, we should remember that even something as simple as tomatoes take some time… Continue reading

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Hands of the Wind

Whether in the gentle breezes of life or the soul-shaking storm, I believe that God is always forming us, always working for our good. Continue reading

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A Peaceful End to a Stormy Day

There is something hopeful about the light of a crescent moon breaking through a stormy sky… Continue reading

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The Grand Glory of Small Wonders

I reckon a kid can grow up without ever playing in a creek… but it sure seems like a shame to me for it to happen that way… Continue reading

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Watering the Thin Spots

Sometimes, even what seems obvious is not what it obviously seems… empathy often requires a closer look at things. Continue reading

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A Regrettable War

Being outwitted by a vastly inferior opponent can lead us to choose actions we previously rejected. Apparently, moles bring out the worst in me… Continue reading

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Trimming the Hedges

Sometimes, it’s just not safe for a woman to leave the house… especially if her husband decides that while she’s gone is a good time to trim the hedges… Continue reading

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