This time every year the world celebrates the birthday of Jesus Christ. Some know what the celebration is about and what it implies, others do not. Believer or non-believer it doesn’t matter; the holiday season is because of Him and not the other way around. The coming of the Messiah has been a promise to […]

Bob Jacobus

Jocelyn was eight years old the Christmas her wish came true. Jocelyn was an only child who dreamed of playing with a sister or brother someday. One summer afternoon, she decided to send a letter addressed to Santa Clause, Box 1, North Pole USA without her parents knowing it. By sending the request so early, […]

Angela Errett

by Al Tucker Each October, like many photographers, I enjoy making a pilgrimage to Dolly Sods in Tucker County. This rugged terrain has a natural beauty that is unmatched in any other place along the East Coast. Blueberry plants turn a crimson red amongst the flag pine trees, verdant laurel bushes, and many rock formations. […]

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    From the very first scene in the movie Dunkirk, you know you are watching a war movie. The intense music that drones along from moment to moment leaves no doubt of the atmosphere the movie makers want you to experience. The lead character Tommy is continuously moving forward but at every turn, another […]

Angela Errett

    Glory Magazine hosted the first ever cover photo contest for members of the Buckhannon Photo Club. The theme of the photo was to reflect the beauty of West Virginia and what they felt contributed to the state motto of “Almost Heaven, West Virginia.” Entrants did not disappoint and a variety of gorgeous photos […]

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  by Alan Tucker Sharing God’s glory through photos of his magnificent creation is a real joy. About ten years ago I decided to create a calendar that I called Al’s Almost Heaven Calendar, depicting the beauty of West Virginia. I gifted it to family and friends. Several people saw it at my church and […]

Revealing God's Glory

Glory Magazine hosted the first ever cover photo contest for members of the Buckhannon Photo Club. The theme of the photos was to reflect the beauty of West Virginia and what they felt contributed to the state motto of “Almost Heaven, West Virginia.” Entrants did not disappoint and a variety of gorgeous photos were submitted. […]

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Have you ever sat and pondered the fact that you are made mostly of water? How can that be? Water may be a physical element that flows but, just like the universe, there is something that keeps it together in us. Something also keeps the seas from going no further; a boundary. We have skin […]

Angela Errett

Rolling down an unmarked road in North Carolina, it occurred to me that even though there was no yellow center line, people still knew where the boundary was and what they should be doing as they operated their vehicles. Hum… and THAT got me thinking. Lesson one: boundaries • Lesson two: the law • Lesson […]

Angela Errett

One of my great joys is tending my garden. This past week, our daylilies and Asiatic lilies have been at their peak, painting our backyard with every color of the rainbow. That beauty coupled with the sweet aroma is truly a revelation of God’s glory. It brings to mind Jesus’ words in Matthew 6:28-29 (RSV). […]

Revealing God's Glory