Monthly Archives: July, 2020

Little, Medium, Large

So much of the conversation swirling around is about face masks (pro and con) or political “gottha” comments, or maybe complaining about not being able to use cash at the check-out.  What isn’t being talked about enough is the horrible violence in several of our country’s cities.  I wonder if the rioters even know what …

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The Little Sheep

  ‘Twas A Sheep Not A Lamb         by Minnie Lee Bovender ‘Twas a sheep, not a lamb, that strayed away In the parable Jesus told, A grown-up sheep that had gone astray From the ninety and nine in the fold. Out in the meadows, out in the cold, ‘Twas a sheep the Good Shepherd …

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It’s More than the Music (book review)

It’s More than the Music: Lessons on Friends, Faith, and What Matters Most is beautifully written by Bill Gaither.  This autobiography was published in 2008 by Faith Words, is 320 pages that includes 16 pages of photographs. Bill Gaither, now 84 years old as I write this, is still singing, writing, and working, although at …

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