Monthly Archives: August 2015

Remembering Hurricane Katrina …

I’d never been so dirty and I’ve not been that tired since. Even an air mattress with a slow
leak and the sounds of 15 people snoring throughout the church could not have kept me awake. Continue reading

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Stolen Years …

Any one of those young adults could have been my child. Or your child. At what age do they stop being our children?

I’ve had enough. Have you? Continue reading

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On any given day (a continuing series) …

I cannot believe that God intends for us to be so afraid of each other – especially those-ce846ccc6cef2630 who do not look like us – that we must be armed at all times. What kind of gun would Jesus carry? He wouldn’t. This kind of talk is not Jesus talk.

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