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Graduation is more than a ceremony

Congratulations to the young people who will soon receive their diplomas! It may seem for the moment that ...

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Corn silks actually have a purpose

“What’s the purpose of these things?” my mother wondered as she struggled with a wad of corn silk. ...

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Do people see Jesus in you?

There’s a story told about a New York businessman who was having “one of those days.” Everything was ...

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What in the world is a ‘Momolie’?

As soon as I opened the little book by Michele Slung called “Momilies and More Momilies as My ...

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What I learned about Mama from her Bibles

“We want you to go through Mama’s Bibles,” an uncle requested several years ago when my husband’s grandmother ...

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A special time for ‘Friday Lunch Friends’

It is Friday lunch time. You might have seen them at one time or another, six older women, making their ...

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Son’s letter to mother are words of comfort to us

Though you may have never heard of Joseph Scriven, almost everyone has heard the words he wrote in ...

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‘O beautiful for spacious skies’

“O beautiful for spacious skies” are the words that came to Katharine Lee Bates in 1893 as she ...

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Learning to live by the ‘Nevertheless Principle’

“Your husband has a brain tumor.” When author Marion Bond West heard those dreaded words, she felt overwhelmed ...

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Settling the primrose-buttercup debate

Every spring I look forward to the appearance of primroses, my favorite wildflowers. Those small delicate looking pink ...

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