Bo Wagner

About Bo Wagner

Bo Wagner is pastor of the Cornerstone Baptist Church of Mooresboro, NC, a widely traveled evangelist, and the author of several books. His books are available on Amazon and at www.wordofhismouth.com.

“Embrace The Differences”

Bo Wagner is pastor of the Cornerstone Baptist Church of Mooresboro, NC, a widely traveled evangelist, and the author of several books. His books are available on Amazon and at www.wordofhismouth.com As angry as I know this will make some people when I point it out, cats, as in “the common, domesticated feline,” are not

By |2020-08-23T17:49:08-04:00August 23rd, 2020|Family Matters, Newspaper Columns|0 Comments

“Thoughts On Racial Reparations”

Bo Wagner is pastor of the Cornerstone Baptist Church of Mooresboro, NC, a widely traveled evangelist, and the author of several books. His books are available on Amazon and at www.wordofhismouth.com For once, I apparently had thought things through pretty carefully. I preach a good many weeks of Christian youth camp each year at different

By |2020-08-18T22:51:11-04:00August 18th, 2020|News, Newspaper Columns, Politics|0 Comments

The Mini-Adventures Of Robbie Ryckowski Adventure One: The Slippery Salamander Saga

Robbie Ryckowski was an ordinary little boy in almost every regard. Yes, other than the fact that he was absent-minded, hyper, bug-eyed, prone to uncontrollable attacks of giggling at all the wrong times, accident-prone, covered in freckles, and with no common sense at all, he was perfectly ordinary. Oh, and did I mention that he

By |2020-08-18T20:36:20-04:00August 17th, 2020|Short Stories|0 Comments

“Patience Is A (Very Annoying) Virtue”

Bo Wagner is pastor of the Cornerstone Baptist Church of Mooresboro, NC, a widely traveled evangelist, and the author of several books. His books are available on Amazon and at www.wordofhismouth.com It was the dreaded day of my daughter’s attempt at earning her driver’s license. Mind you, the dread did not come from any fear

By |2020-07-20T17:55:22-04:00July 20th, 2020|Newspaper Columns|0 Comments

“Make A Way”

It was, I suppose, the most unorthodox of prayer meetings. Most prayer meetings are conducted in the lovely confines of a church or perhaps in the sawdust of a gospel tent. But this one was harder to get to. Pass the front of the nursing home, go down the backside, brush past the prickly holly

By |2020-07-18T14:12:55-04:00July 18th, 2020|Family Matters, Newspaper Columns|0 Comments
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