This one is for you, Katie Couric

Loretta.

I heard the story first from Loretta. She’s the gal that invited me to Cullman, Alabama. You may remember Cullman from the headline stories last year. A tornado cut a swath through town. Jimmy, who spent 20 some years writing for the local paper but now runs the Farmer’s Market, told me about how he [Read More...]

Ministering to the Unemployed

Last week I was in Pendleton to meet with a prosecutor. No. I’m not in trouble. Not yet, anyway. We were just chatting about some people we knew and stories we’d heard. While we were talking, the Guv’ner slipped into the coffee house. I didn’t notice him at first, what with the storytelling that was [Read More...]


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