Fountain Valley, Calif.
Allow Bible studies in public schools
I saw the beautiful new Buffalo High School in The Charleston Gazette. I was impressed, but I see one flaw in the new school and in the rest of the high schools today. They should have a Bible class for the kids with their parents' consent. I just wish they had it back in my school days. People will say that is what the church is supposed to do. But you can't have a Bible Study on Sunday and have none the rest of the week. Believe me, I tried that in school and it almost destroyed me and sent me to hell.
If I could make a suggestion of the Bibles to use in the high schools it would be the King James Bible and the Live Application Study Bible-NLT. The Rev. Billy Graham, Rev. Charles Stanley and many others give it an A+.
I now study the Bible seven days a week and God's holy spirit is leading me. And I work in a wheelchair every day five days a week.
James H. Chambers Jr.
Mother's estate not divided fairly
I have a mother in her 90s and she has six children still living. Three are here in Charleston. The others claim they will get an even share of what the mother has when she passes, if she doesn't outlive them. The court says even if they don't visit, write or come to see her, what is left will be divided equally. I don't ask the others to do any work, but at least visit or call. They live in the same area. Maybe the Legislature should change the rules, since the rest of the family shows that they don't care. The ones out of state I can understand. I'm willing to do all the work, if they would just call or visit. Bible times are here, family against families.