Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Floating Ax Head

In the sixth chapter of II Kings there’s an Old Testament story about a floating ax head.  Some prophets were cutting down trees near the Jordan River.  They were building some better accommodations for themselves, and for Elisha, who was … Continue reading

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The Old Man and the C

                                                       A Parable of Purpose Cephas Jackson was deep in South Georgia, driving down … Continue reading

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We Are What We Eat

There’s an old saying that, “We are what we eat.”  It sounds logical if it’s said with conviction.  It seems a bit humorous if spoken with a smile.  I decided to test that adage by examining some of my favorite … Continue reading

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Kissing a Pig

In the fall of 2009, the Dooly County Livestock Association invited me to kiss a pig.  It was for a club fundraiser that was going to be held during the Big Pig Jig, the annual State of Georgia Barbeque Championship … Continue reading

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