Giving Love

Project EG

By Shelby Dee St. Valentine’s Day is one holiday that people love to hate. I have friends who wear black each February 14. Others, single and married, refuse to celebrate a holiday that purely commercial. I don’t point out that commercialism doesn’t stop them from buying gifts at Christmas. I agree with my friends who [Read More...]

The table Mannie built

On Thursday I drove up to Seattle to help Sister Tater redecorate Mama’s bedroom. Mama moved into my brother’s house a year ago. I haven’t written much about it because it’s been a hard thing. There are a lot of reasons why it’s been difficult, some pretty predictable ones, like how hard it is to [Read More...]

It begins with a girl: A Hopeful Goodbye

Editor’s Note: Daughter Shelby has been in Cambodia with a missions group from Antioch Church. They are partnering with Transitions Global to address human trafficking. This was her last post from in-country. They are enroute back to Bend, Oregon for the next 24 hours. Thank you for your prayers for this team. # By Shelby [Read More...]


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