Pursue, Overtake, and Recover All

October 1, 2023 by  
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By Raquel Soto  

Have you been in this place? Have you gotten to a point where you have cried till you had no more strength? Have you had the world turn so upside down for you that even your loved ones want to turn against you? There is hope for you today!
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Out of the Ashes

September 30, 2023 by  
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By LaWanda Bailey  

As I stood ankle-deep in the ashes of the old homeplace, echoes of the creaking porch swing hung in my memory.  I recalled lazy childhood summers there on my grandparents' farm. My sister and I, barefoot and dusty, had swung in that swing as we shelled peas and listened to tales spun by family and friends. Much to our delight, an occasional farmer would stop by the porch and hand our grandfather a quarter. We watched as Granddad pulled out his barber equipment, and we giggled as he buzzed away. By the time the victim got his two bits' worth, he looked like a Chinese crested dog, a tuft of hair floating high above his ears.
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Comics: Tastes Like Chicken

September 29, 2023 by  
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The Silver Bullet

September 28, 2023 by  
Filed under Family Focus

By Marty Norman  

“You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand and it gives light
to everyone in the house.”  Matthew 5:14-15

When I was a child the Lone Ranger was a really big deal. Every Saturday we went to the Ridglea Theatre to see what new crime the Lone Ranger would thwart next. To my generation he was the equivalent of today’s Spiderman. Eventually he became a TV icon, and we were fans for life. Even today my heart beats a little faster when I hear the symphony play his theme song, the cavalry charge from the William Tell Overture. When I hear the words, “Hi-ho Silver, away,” I am transported back to the days of yesteryear, to another time and place.
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The Gas Men

September 27, 2023 by  
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By Ronnie Wyatt  

Two gas company servicemen, a senior training supervisor and a young trainee, were out checking meters in a suburban neighborhood. They parked their truck at the end of the alley and worked their way to the other end. At the last house a woman looking out her kitchen window watched the two men as they checked her gas meter.
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