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04/23/2014
Why

Sometimes in my position, I am asked many difficult questions like what is God? Who is Jesus? Why am I here? Does God love me? Why did he take my loved one?  I think perhaps the most difficult and perplexing question is, “Why do bad more on this story...  

04/11/2014
Loving our enemies

I hope you see the Bible come to life all around you, somewhere, somehow, every day.   Not too long ago, while sitting on my couch, our crippled Chihuahua, Tootsie, waddled to my feet and begged to be picked up. Now curled up beside me and more on this story...  

03/28/2014
How is your spiritual health?

A trip to the doctor can sometimes mean a trip to the pharmacy.   Our doctor writes out a prescription and we get it filled. We follow the directions for taking our medicine because we want to feel better, recuperate, possess wholeness in our body. Sometimes, more on this story...  

03/14/2014
Abundant life

In reading one of my favorite works, 'Julius Caesar' by William Shakespeare, I came across a passage in which he and his wife, Calpurnia, are talking about a dream she had.   The dream provoked a fear that he will be murdered on the Ides of more on this story...  

02/28/2014
Exploring God and his creation

Recently we spent a Sunday afternoon hiking.   One of the members of this party is my 4 year old grandson, Eli. The hike was for the joy of a sunny weekend afternoon, exploring somewhere we’d never been and of course, some exercise. more on this story...  

02/14/2014
A Valentine’s Day Lesson

This Valentine’s story was recently shared online. I thought I’d share it with you. Writer Drew Duke recalled her from childhood her second grade Valentine’s Party. Her mother had bought 35 Valentine cards. “Why did you buy more on this story...  

01/31/2014
Snow

I love snow.   It is one of my favorite things.   When I spent eight years in Texas, I was miserable every winter for lack of snow, and always so delighted if on my Christmas visit home snow should happen to come.   My grandmother would scold me like a child more on this story...  

01/17/2014
God is with us

In Matthew’s Gospel we find the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. Matthew 1:18-24. Mary was engaged to marry Joseph, but before they married, she learned she was pregnant by  the power of the Holy Spirit. Mary’s husband Joseph was a good man , he more on this story...  

11/27/2013
Jesus and Thanksgiving

Giving thanks to God is vital to one’s spiritual life. The Thanksgiving holiday celebrated each November originated from the early colonists of Massachusetts Bay giving thanks for the bounty that God had given.   We should always be thankful for everything the Lord does for us.   more on this story...  

11/15/2013
Changing Seasons

As I sit down to write I’m surrounded by a swirling white mass of snow. It is beautiful, but it is no surprise. The fact that it is mid November and the deer were in my yard last night eating everything they could, tell me more on this story...  

11/01/2013
I found Him

The seasons are changing and Daniel 2:21 reminds us that it is God who changes the seasons. Every season is a reminder of God’s creative power and his love for us. Chessie Cornette, whom I came to know and love, expressed it beautifully in her more on this story...  

10/18/2013
Beautiful

One of our own PMC employees, having compassionately served oncology patients for many years, recently underwent her own battle with cancer.   When her treatment was ended, she had a remarkable experience.   I share it with her permission. While traveling in another state, she stopped at a more on this story...  

10/04/2013
Good Deeds Matter

A recent example of a story that went viral is that of 19-year-old Minneapolis Dairy Queen manager, Joey Prusak.   A blind customer accidentally dropped a $20 bill.   A woman standing in line behind the blind man quickly grabbed the money and put it in her more on this story...  

09/06/2013
Transforming power

The greatest healing is one that affects both body and soul. You have a great deal of influence regarding finding this wholeness and healing. Naaman, a Syrian military leader during the days of Elisha, was a man in search of healing his leprosy. No one more on this story...  

08/23/2013
The empty tomb

 Recently, my wife and I were on the campus of Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia and saw a little chapel  that contained the tomb in which the body of General Robert E. Lee lay.   It amazed me at the number of people who were there to see more on this story...  

08/09/2013
God guides us along

In the past I’ve written about my funny passion for pens. If you don’t know already I have placed a great deal of value on the role of my writing instrument. Today I hold in my hand a unique piece of American history. It is more on this story...  

07/26/2013
Sacrificial love

You may remember the March 11, 2011 tsunami that devastated Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant. Masao Yoshida the ex-head of Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant died at a Tokyo hospital of esophageal cancer on July 9, 2013. His actions prevented widespread more on this story...  

07/12/2013
Baby Steps

I had the pleasure of witnessing my youngest niece take a few first steps after we celebrated her first birthday party.   She had been doing the “pull-up” thing in the past few days, clutching furniture and other stable items and pulling herself into a standing position.   My sister had more on this story...  

06/21/2013
Endless summer

I have always loved the long days of summer. The longest day of the year is June 21, the first day of summer.   Mark Buchanan writes that in some ways summer is a foretaste of heaven; a rehearsal of Paradise; a preview of the Promised more on this story...  

06/06/2013
Praise Him through the storm

Felix of Cantalice was born to a poor farming family in 1515 and devoted his life to God’s service in his late 20s.   Felix spoke little, even within his friary, preferring action to words; yet he was known to spontaneously compose and sing praise hymns.   more on this story...  

05/17/2013
Gracious words

Gracious words impressed those who heard the first sermon of Jesus (Luke 4:22). Words reveal the character of a person. Jesus spoke words that build up and encourage.   Proverbs 18:21 says, “the tongue has the power of life and death. ”  Could it be that every more on this story...  

05/03/2013
Your kingdom

I have experienced a great deal of focus of late on “God’s Kingdom. ” I’ve just read three Ted Dekker novels, a favorite author who consistently sets his story themes in the reality of God’s Kingdom. The Kingdom of God is immeasurably more real than the world we perceive around more on this story...  

04/17/2013
Come On Down!

It has already started; strange creatures are running around Pikeville wearing strange clothing of all colors and designs.   They drive something with four wheels resembling an automobile.   They appear to be having a lot of fun. Their music is a bluegrass style and you hear it sounding from cars, more on this story...  

04/05/2013
Bible and anxiety

Anxiety is a powerful feeling.   Worrying and living in fear can have devastating effects on one’s life and it can lead to long-lasting psychological problems that can be difficult to overcome.   The causes can be real or imagined, leaving some people to the point of more on this story...  

03/22/2013
Live wisely!

Prayer, at its root,  is not a way of keeping God informed about our life situation.   He already knows everything there is to know about it. Prayer,  at its root,  is not a method of telling God what we, in our finite wisdom, think we need. more on this story...  

03/08/2013
The main thing

I was recently reminded of a quote attributed to Lee Iacocca, “ the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing. ” It is easy to lose focus and get distracted by secondary things that often are good things. For many Christians, Lent more on this story...  

02/22/2013
Horse Sense

In an amazing “dream come true,” God blessed me to perform on the Macinac Island Grand Hotel theatre stage.   I saw “Somewhere In Time” as a young girl, knew I wanted to be an actress, and secretly prayed to one day perform on that very stage.   It was a more on this story...  

02/08/2013
God Spoke

God spoke to his people and they didn’t hear him. He did many miracles and the people didn’t know what they meant. God revealed himself many times to the Israelites, and yet they continued to worship idols instead of worshiping him.   more on this story...  

01/24/2013
God will meet our needs

I have always had a love of ornithology, or the study of birds, and one day I was observing some swamp sparrows (Melospiza Georgiana) feeding in what seemed to be a barren landscape in the late Fall.   They hopped around feasting on grass seeds and more on this story...  

01/11/2013
Closer Than You Think

I have a grandson who lives near the Pacific Ocean in Western Oregon. There is a lot of space between us, mountains and rivers; canyon and desert; rolling grassland and asphalt covered metropolis. Or so it seems. It wasn’t too many more on this story...  

12/28/2012
Live Nativity

The Live Nativity scene is one of the high points of the Christmas celebration at Pikeville Medical Center.   It is made up of live animals and Pikeville Medical Center employees dressed as shepherds, the Wisemen, Joseph and Mary. (A special thanks to all who participated) It more on this story...  

12/14/2012
Waiting on joyful hope

Throughout the years I lived in Houston, Texas, I regularly planned a retreat at a local convent, a wonderful old place, very much like a castle set on the edge of the city.   The sisters who lived there were just darling — all Irish, and of retirement age, but more on this story...  

11/21/2012
Thanksgiving Blessings

Buford Easley was a classmate of mine in New Orleans Baptist Seminary for whom I had great respect.   He was a gifted student pastor with a passion for Jesus and people.   One evening he was returning to New Orleans on Interstate 10 and came across more on this story...  

11/08/2012
Be Aware

This past Sunday, I was traveling home from a palliative care conference in Miami with Nita Armstrong, a palliative care mentor and colleague.   Feeling tired toward the end of the journey, it was a slight irritant when our gate in Atlanta was suddenly changed and we had to drag more on this story...  

10/25/2012
God's Creation

  I have really enjoyed the last two weeks by taking advantage of God’s creation. How anyone can doubt there is a God, when they look at God’s artistic work in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, and other mountains. It has more on this story...  

10/05/2012
Personal Touch

If you lived in the Pikeville area during the 1980s, you are likely familiar with a local radio program called the “Personal Touch. ”  I have many memories of my grandmother tuning into the endearing show while cleaning up after a family dinner to enjoy music, stories, and other “personal more on this story...  

09/14/2012
Conections in high places

I read in Daily Bread (August 16) about a woman who was working at home on her computer and noticed her laptop battery was low.   The computer was about to shut down. The computer was plugged in and should not have been using the battery. She traced the laptop more on this story...  

08/31/2012
Dragons

Have you ever noticed that when you take a stand for God, bad things seem to happen?  I’ve heard the question all my life:  Why do bad things happen to good people?  I’ve encountered many Christians who experience great suffering at a crucial time of obedience to God. more on this story...  

08/17/2012
Hurt

We all have experienced hurt in some form  or another, it may be physical pain, it may be emotional hurt, even spiritual hurt. You may say where is God when I hurt? Where is God  when sleep won’t come? Where is God when I awaken in a hospital bed more on this story...  

08/03/2012
Importance of Prayer

Prayer is one of the key fundamental actions in our walk with God.   It is part of a personal relationship with him and it gives us a feeling of comfort knowing we can talk with him about anything and he is always there.    To petition more on this story...  

07/20/2012
Second chance at life

Over the course of the last three years more than fifty dogs have called our place their foster home. It has been an oasis after lives of abuse, neglect or abandonment. Each dog has discovered what it means to not be sitting on death row; they have experienced a more on this story...  

06/29/2012
The Love of Jesus

There is an old hymn titled “Isn’t the Love of Jesus Something Wonderful!”  This is a true statement indeed.   The love that he has for us is astonishing and unexplainable and is an example of the kind of love we should have for one another.   Jesus, because of his more on this story...  

06/15/2012
What I learned in the candy store

I listened to the radio as the hosts reminisced about long forgotten candy from their youth. It triggered memories from the early 1960s when Mom would go into town to visit my grandparents. Somewhere in the course of the visit we’d more on this story...  

05/18/2012
Nothing to undo

I received the most amazing message via cell phone the other day!  Perhaps it would not have been so shocking had it been a voicemail or a text from a friend.  But it was neither.   If I am not mistaken, more on this story...  

05/04/2012
God’s love is great

When I think of love, I automatically think of John 3:16: “For God so loved the world , that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believeth in him would not perish, but have everlasting life. ” Because of God’s love, there is a more on this story...  

04/05/2012
Broken Pen

It all began with a bump. I was writing a note to myself as I began to walk down the hall and I bumped into a nurse. Neither of us were hurt but the pen suffered a catastrophic break. If more on this story...  

03/23/2012
Royal dignity in being a foot washer

During Jesus’ last Passover meal, he demonstrates a love that amazes me. Every time I read it, I stand in awe of this expression of love for his disciples that points to the sacrifice soon to take place on the cross. Jesus is the King, more on this story...  

03/03/2012
Beauty from Ashes

Last week, many churches celebrated the beginning of Lent with Ash Wednesday services. A solemn ceremony, Ash Wednesday reminds us of the humble origin of mankind as stated in Genesis 3:19, “You are dust, and to dust you shall return,” and opens the season of Lent with a more on this story...  

02/10/2012
Walking the walk

Being a Christian is more than merely attending church on Sunday or giving large sums of money to ministries. It is a lifestyle of total devotion to God. After all, the word “Christian” means “Christ like. ” It is a life of total separation more on this story...  

01/27/2012
John 16:22

One month ago we were in the midst of a holiday-driven frenzy, purchasing gifts and attending parties. Now life is a little more subdued. What about those many gifts– do they all still work? Do they bring the same pleasure that was so more on this story...  

  

04/18/2014
The piano lady

Holy Week is a very special time, and a time when we often reflect on our service for Christ. When I came to PMC in 2008, one of the first people I met was a tender saint affectionately known as “the piano lady. ”  Her real name more on this story...  

04/04/2014
Christ the risen King reigns

Here it is the month of April, and the first quarter of 2014 is gone. It seems like only yesterday we were celebrating  the Birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; now we are preparing to celebrate His resurrection. Christ the King is Risen. Many more on this story...  

03/21/2014
Evidence of things not seen

I am fascinated with my atomic clock with outdoor temperature and moon phase. The  clock receives the time signal transmitted from NIST radio station WWVB located in Fort Collins, Colorado. As the clock is placed in a place facing Colorado it receives the correct time. Each more on this story...  

03/07/2014
We are dust.

One very warm Ash Wednesday in Houston, TX, I attended the noon ceremony. The church was filled with eager Christians ready to receive the sign of the cross in ash on their foreheads and begin the devotions of Lent. One lovely young woman came forward more on this story...  

02/21/2014
The reward of patience

In today’s world most people do not wait.   They rush headlong into worthwhile but self made works.   Most people, impatient to find true significance, become busy. In practice, we become self important.   So what does a busy person receive for all their toil and striving?” All his days his more on this story...  

02/07/2014
True Love

February is the month when love is in the air.   We celebrate this on St. Valentine’s Day, the 14th of the month with flowers, candy and expensive cards to our significant others.   Some people send love letters hoping to sweep the object of their desire off their feet with more on this story...  

01/24/2014
Go Forward in Love

I have a grandson who lives on the West Coast. He doesn’t know his biological father because his dad left soon after he was born. That does not mean he doesn’t have a father in his life. He is very fortunate to have a kind and caring ‘dad’ in more on this story...  

12/13/2013
Do you have room for Jesus Christ?

This Christmas I want to tell you about a man who  was so caught up in his own problems that he missed the opportunity to be part of one of the greatest events of all time.   This man actually missed Christmas altogether. The Bible doesn’t tell more on this story...  

11/22/2013
Just a boy

I have not celebrated Halloween in two decades; so when my mother asked me to help pass out candy this year, witnessing the throngs that traversed our street was somewhat of a shock. One little boy particularly stood out to me.   He was a small fellow more on this story...  

11/08/2013
Listen to the master

Who hath ears to hear, let him hear. Matthew: 13:18. The hearing ear, and the seeing eye, the Lord hath made even both of them.   Proverbs 20:12 What a joy it was for the disciples to sit beside the sea and listen more on this story...  

10/25/2013
A Halloween Story

Once upon a time, on a Halloween night,         The eve was cold and the moon shone bright.       A young man going home became ever so lost,     He knew he must hurry along at all cost.    more on this story...  

10/14/2013
God's treasure map

In the beginning there was the Word. The Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1:1 The Bible has been banned, burned, scoffed and ridiculed. Kings have banned it as illegal, scholars  have mocked it and called it foolish. Many times a grave more on this story...  

09/20/2013
Rest

September delights my soul.   I love the deeper shade of blue in the sky, the cool touch in the breeze, and the beginning of turning of leaves that promises blazing autumn beauty in the weeks to come. There is something in the air at the beginning more on this story...  

08/30/2013
Safe Room

Ron Hutchcraft writes of some amazing things that happened during the tornado that devastated areas of Moore, Oklahoma. Almost every broadcast featured stories of heroic teachers. One teacher at Briarwood Elementary, aware of the potential devastation of the oncoming storm, directed her students to line up their desks and more on this story...  

08/16/2013
‘Be holy, for I am holy’

My Mom and I had a fun 80’s moment last week.   We were running an errand when a mutual favorite from my childhood, Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love A Bad Name,” came on the radio.   To my surprise and delight, my Mom started singing it.   It was quite fun. more on this story...  

08/02/2013
A good leader

One day Samuel said to Saul, “I crowned you king of Israel because God told me to”.   Now be sure that you obey him {I Samuel 15:1). We are taught early in life to obey in the position of authority. As Christians we must obey God every day. more on this story...  

07/19/2013
Great things to come

When we think of the Book of Revelation (sometimes referred to as the Apocalypse), fearful images are brought to mind.   We are reminded that the end will come some day.   Some choose not to read or study Revelation because it is referred to as scary more on this story...  

06/28/2013
Fishers of Men

In Mark 1:14-8:30,  we find the servant working. There is a continuous, unbroken service of the servant recorded in this gospel. We read, “and he did this, and he said that. ”  He must teach men:  they were in darkness.   He must cheer men;  they were more on this story...  

06/16/2013
The Word is a Powerful Tool

Hebrews 4:12 describes it as “Quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. ” We should read more on this story...  

05/24/2013
Following God

King Hezekiah is a rare example of someone who followed God during a time of sin and rebellion. Hezekiah removed the shrines on the hill, broke down the obelisks, knocked down the shameful idols of Asherah and broke up the bronze serpents that Moses had made.   more on this story...  

05/10/2013
The Lord is my shepherd

I was reminiscing about the elementary school I attended in the 1970s. In those days, a lady who we called Ms. Grace would travel from Southland Bible Institute once a week with her flannel-board and teach us Bible lessons. We would receive certificates with gold stars or win various prizes more on this story...  

04/26/2013
Helping hands

Our hands, we take them for granted. I’ve spent a lot of time lately thinking about the work of our hands. Particularly I’ve considered how extreme the role of hands played in the recent Boston Marathon bombing. Four hands assembled the deadly and devastating contents more on this story...  

04/12/2013
‘Our Daily Bread’

The April 5 devotion in “Our Daily Bread” reminded me of the “small print” that is so much a part of advertising today.    Because the print is so small, many people do not read it. It looks good when it says an item is 50 more on this story...  

03/29/2013
It’s Holy Week!

This is Holy Week!— my favorite season in the church (until Advent comes around again — then it will be my favorite).   I took a road trip last week to meet friends from Houston I haven’t seen since leaving Texas. The lengthy drive turned into more on this story...  

03/15/2013
Tell others about Jesus

There may be no better form of advertising than word of mouth. I listen carefully to the reporting of others who have tried a new restaurant or store. If I hear good news I’m inclined to try it myself, and so goes the chain of more on this story...  

03/01/2013
Paging Dr. Jesus!

Sometimes, when we are ill, we might think that God is punishing us for something we have done.   This is not always the case; however, some of our illnesses can be from the results of lifestyle choices.   For example, we can contract hepatitis from sharing needles with someone who more on this story...  

02/15/2013
Expressing their love

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. ” John 3:16 In the middle of this well known scripture regarding the love of God, “valentine” is spelled out…literally. more on this story...  

02/01/2013
Reminders

Some people may remember July 20, 1969, the day Neil Armstrong landed on the moon.   He certainly was a pioneer in the 20th century. In Preaching Magazine, J. Michael Shannon relates a story that was told at Armstrong’s memorial service.   more on this story...  

01/18/2013
In The Potter's Hands

Robert Alewine is a hero of mine.   He is the founder of Alewine Pottery in the Craftsman Community of Gatlinburg, Tenn.   He started with a passion for pottery as a teen and began a thriving business now blessing a third generation of his family. I have more on this story...  

01/04/2013
The Father's Will

“Which of the two did the Father’s will?” (Matthew 21:31) The story is told of a rather tight-fisted elderly man who arrived at the Pearly Gates where he was greeted by an angel. “Before I can open up the gates and let you more on this story...  

12/21/2012
Meaning for the Holiday

 Once upon a time, but not so far away, A small child asked, “What is the Holiday?”  Eyes became wide and all noise was hushed, Many people told the child to shush.  But an elderly man, whose eyes began to tear, Beckoned the little more on this story...  

12/07/2012
Hope you invest

As a young man I worked for a small independent auto parts store. About this time of year, we would be getting ready for Christmas and inventory. It was always tedious but necessary! We had to know what we had. Each of us more on this story...  

11/16/2012
Thanksgiving

The word “thanksgiving” evokes images of turkey, dressing, and a day off with pay; however, thanksgiving has a much deeper significance than that with our relationship with God:  not just one day, but every day of the year.   We are commanded to give thank.   For more on this story...  

11/02/2012
Busyness can blind us

In the last few days it seems as though a switch was thrown and the seasons changed. Warmer clothes have come out of storage and the radio is reminding me that there are many children who don’t have a good coat to keep warm. Equally more on this story...  

10/19/2012
Unanswered Prayers

A quote from Lou Holtz, ESPN college football analyst and former coach at Notre Dame, on unanswered prayer deals with an issue many people struggle with.   Billy Graham’s wife, Ruth, said she was glad God did not answer all her prayers.   more on this story...  

09/21/2012
Be An Eagle

How many times have you said or heard someone say, “Aw, everyone else is doing it?” Have you ever given that as a reason for wishing to do something  that others did not think you should do? Perhaps you did not really believe it was the more on this story...  

09/07/2012
God's Blessings

Israel’s wanderings in the wilderness relate to the battles the individual Christian face in receiving God’s blessings.   It is a picture of human nature conflicting with walking by faith.   We seem never to be satisfied and constantly wanting more and complain when we do not get what we want.   more on this story...  

08/24/2012
The Gift of Salvation

A few short weeks ago my grandson Reagan turned six.   Regan lives 2500 miles away, and unfortunately the distance made it impossible for “Pops” to be present at his party. When I finally found the right gift there were only about five days left before more on this story...  

08/10/2012
Recalls

The July 31 devotion from “Our Daily Bread” wrote of recall notices from automobile manufacturers.   In 2010 more than 20 million cars in the United States were recalled for various defects.   Even more surprising is the apathy of the car owners.   The Executive Director for more on this story...  

07/27/2012
Snakes in the grass

It seems odd to me to be writing this at the present time.   It became my birthday just two hours ago, and I spent the majority of the fleeting hours of my past year running emergency vet trips with my Mom and the two Jack Russell siblings I endearingly more on this story...  

07/13/2012
The young and the old

When I was young and in my teenage years life was exciting. My life was  full of  adventure, mystery, hope and great expectations for the future. I could not wait to get my driver’s license, get a car, get out of school, get out of military service, get married, more on this story...  

06/22/2012
The duck stops here

A couple weeks ago, my Mom and I were in Lexington.   Suddenly Mom slammed on the brakes and blared the horn, and I saw a mother duck jump off the curb and start to cross the busy four-lane street with seven ducklings in tow!  more on this story...  

06/01/2012
True Peace

This past Memorial Day, I came across an article by Charles Colson on the reasons for celebrating Memorial Day. It is always important to remember those brave men and women who gave their lives in defense of our most precious freedoms.   It is also important more on this story...  

05/11/2012
Be a Good Samaritan

A recent situation with one of our fellow chaplains has caused me to reflect on one of Jesus’ most impactful stories, “The Good Samaritan. ” It is a powerful story meant to teach us the importance of doing what’s right when we find a fellow human in more on this story...  

04/20/2012
The price of sin

There is one thing that we are all guilty of: Sin. That is one thing that we as humans have in common and it separates us from God and hinders the effectiveness of our prayers. We may enjoy sin for more on this story...  

03/30/2012
The Cross

When we think of the Cross, we automatically think of a suffering Christ, and a shameful way to die. We live in a day when the Church is producing a brand of religion that humanizes God, defiles man, and compromises sin. We live in a day more on this story...  

03/16/2012
Love thy neighbor

Most of us have an annoying neighbor which I am sure you all can relate to. There is always that one who constantly stares, peeps through the bushes and cannot live their life for being absorbed in yours. Sometimes they will more on this story...  

02/17/2012
Think heart healthy

February is heart month, the month we observe Valentine’s Day, the symbol being a heart. The Chaplaincy Department has been reminded of the importance of a healthy heart both physically and spiritually. Our director, Kaminski Robinson, and his wife, more on this story...  

02/03/2012
Roots

I have become quite obsessed with genealogy lately.   I’ve always had a passion for my family’s heritage, but recently it has become a daily hobby. This week I was connected to someone who would be, oh, my cousin 20 times removed or so.   He is also more on this story...  

01/13/2012
Battle for the crown

Bill Crowder, Sport Spectrum chaplain, writing in his blog “Battle for the Crown” reminds us of an imperishable crown.   This past Monday evening drew to a close one of the busiest sports weeks in the history of New Orleans.   Last Tuesday night, Michigan defeated Virginia more on this story...  

 




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