Prayers for the Southland

I lived through one tornado. It was the summer of 1977. I was working as a summer missionary with the Southern Baptist Convention. When I applied for the position they asked me for my first choice for service, and being a homesick Georgia girl, I put down Atlanta.  I got my 3rd choice — the Midwest. Gary. Portage. Michigan [Read More...]

When we speak out of turn

This just makes me sad. I’m bone tired of the snarky and the snide — aren’t you? The mouth of the righteous utters wisdom,and his tongue speaks justice. Psalms 37:30. The heart of him who has understanding seeks knowledge,but the mouths of fools feed on folly. Prov. 15:14 [Read more...]

Will You or Won't You?

Few things will compel me to get out of bed at o’dark-thirty in the morning: the pop of gunfire, the heat of a house fire, the caterwaul of a baby distraught, and the blast of trumpets announcing the Wedding of the Century. That’s how news anchors the world over referred to the July 29, 1981, [Read More...]


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