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An Engagement Ring From God

By Susan Niswonger / 3 weeks ago

Yesterday was Earth Day.  There were celebrations all over the world to increase the awareness of our responsibility to the environment and its preservation.  My sister reported that she ate at a restaurant that served food in the dark, the grocery store was promoting the use of canvas bags and many trees were planted.  I […]

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As David Did

By Sheri Boulet / 3 weeks ago

There he stood, no longer a small boy, not quite a man. There he stood, astonished, unable to comprehend exactly what was taking place. This young man stood, watching warriors cower and tremble. This young man, dressed as a shepherd, stood boldly. Warriors dressed for battle hid. They hid, hoping for someone to come in […]

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Living In Stinky Town

By Sheri Boulet / 3 weeks ago

Not too terribly long after I was married we moved to another town because of a job change. Let me tell you, this little girl did NOT want to move away, but move away I did. My husband and I rode together in the U-Haul and my sister and mother followed to help us unpack. […]

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You Might Be A Redneck

By Sheri Boulet / 3 weeks ago

So, I have a love for vehicles. I get this from my father. I have been dreaming of the day I can cruise through town in my Lexus, driving in comfort and style…aaahhhh….how nice it will be. Last weekend my husband came home with a truck he was test driving. And after looking at another […]

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Clear The Stage

By John Howell / 3 weeks ago

Clear The Stage Clear the stage and set the sound and lights ablaze If that’s the measure you must take to crush the idols Jerk the pews and all the decorations, too Until the congregation’s few, then have revival Tell your friends that this is where the party ends Until you’re broken for your sins, […]

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Nobody’s Home

By Sheri Boulet / 3 weeks ago

I was driving in the country yesterday. I have to admit I have always loved the rural south. Even as a young girl coming here just for a visit, I was always fascinated by the country side. I can remember one of my desires was to just drive the state and document the old abandoned […]

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Do Da Math?

By George Nava / 4 weeks ago

Do Da Math   John 6:9  There is a lad here, which hath five barley loaves, and two small fishes: but what are they among so many? that is not enough for so many people.”   John 6:11  Jesus took the loaves of bread and gave thanks for them. Then he gave them to the […]

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Wasting Time!

By Debra Jones / 4 weeks ago

I am sitting here wasting time Wasting Precious time, as it goes by, Not sure of who I am, Or what is inside Thoughts fly through my mind, careening on an endless path, Needing a destination, going no where fast. Soaring, watching from a distance To keep myself safe Afraid to stand, to step out […]

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The True Measuring Stick

By Don Doran / 4 weeks ago

Good morning and happy end of the week to you! We, by nature, are prone to compare ourselves to someone else to determine our status. I know mom and dad that I got a “D” on that assignment, but Johnny and Jimmy and Susie all got “F’s”! I know, officer, that I was going 10 mph over […]

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Life In The Slow Lane

By Sheri Boulet / last month

Life In The Slow Lane Well, I have been in *HOTLANTA* for the past 5 days for some training. I was, of course, having major palpitations just thinking about driving in that traffic with the added bonus of the spaghetti junctions thrown in for good measure. The trip in was fine. And really, it was […]