The Ghosts in my closet

I believe in ghosts. I may not believe in them in the same way I believe in God. I don’t pray to them. I don’t seek them. I don’t worship them. And I certainly don’t ask anything of them. Ghosts and I have a mutual understanding — they don’t bother me, and I don’t bother [Read More...]

A Recovering Plunderer

They did not lay their hands on the plunder. Esther 9: 15 When he died earlier this month, obits from the Boston-Globe to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution referred to Ray Anderson as America’s Greenest CEO.  Anderson referred to himself as a RECOVERING PLUNDERER. The recovery phase came after this Georgia Tech grad and visionary read The [Read More...]

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...]


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