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Thankful for the Creepy Crawlies

Thankful for the Creepy Crawlies

Never mind the dust and dog hair – that’s a given in my house. What I’m having trouble with right now is spiders. Really, I can clean in the morning…

Wild Things, Playing Spades with Humans and Tying Her Up

Wild Things, Playing Spades with Humans and Tying Her Up

Last night we heard a noise on the back porch indicating that one of the wild things from the wild woods was on the porch eating cat food. Now, I…

What to Do with My Life?

What to Do with My Life?

Remember the movie The Graduate?  Benjamin Braddock just finished college.  He moves back home and tries to avoid the question “what does he want to do with his life?”  My…

Re-Main

Re-Main

Now’s the time when everybody’s gardens are overflowing with produce.  It seems every time I go to church, somebody hands me a bag of corn or some tomatoes or cucumbers. …

Proof–The Bible is Divinely Inspired

Proof–The Bible is Divinely Inspired

Over the centuries skeptics have spent enormous time and effort attacking the Bible and its inspiration. Is there proof that the Bible is inspired by our Creator and heavenly Father? …

Boy Collections, Side-seat Drivers and Big Eyes

Boy Collections, Side-seat Drivers and Big Eyes

My Girl-child just sent me the above picture of my Grand-Brats. Like most grandparents I like to whip out pictures of them to show off. Unfortunately, I don’t have any…

The Continental Drift

The Continental Drift

Do you remember back in high school learning about the continental drift theory?  Do you recall, in science class, seeing a map of the earth’s land masses?  The land masses…

Forever In Our Hearts

Forever In Our Hearts

On Friday, September 8, 2017, this reporter and her Charlotte C.H. United Methodist Church family lost a beautiful lady, a beautiful lady inside and out! Mary Geraldine Tucker Moore, known…

The Value of Christians Gathering Together

The Value of Christians Gathering Together

Often newcomers to town are church shopping. They sometimes want to know what they can get out of church socially and financially, especially: Socially and economically:  they want to meet…

Paraclete

Paraclete

A visually impaired, older lady named Elsie has a pet parrot named Sam.  Sam goes with her everywhere she goes.  She keeps his wings clipped, and he is so well-trained…