Monthly Archives: January 2020

JB’s Testimony

I’ll only share a small part of J. B. McWhorter’s testimony.  His journey is told best by him.  It was, however, the public sharing of his faith that brought us together. JB’s grandfather, Bland Brooks, was a fellow student and … Continue reading

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Temporary Friends

My 93-year-old mother and her 19-year-old great-grandchild, Abby, planned a family trip to Disney World last year.  We went two weeks before Christmas and found that some other people had the same idea. The Tuesday night crowd was not overwhelming … Continue reading

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Retirement Advice

A man named Ben, who lives in Lee County, sent me an email in early December of 2019.  He said he planned to retire at year end and wanted to know if I had any advice.  I told him to … Continue reading

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The Book Club

In early December of 2019 I had my first ever experience of attending a book club meeting.  I had been invited by a friend, Sallie Sangster, to speak to the club she belongs to.  It was a lunchtime affair, so … Continue reading

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Who Moved My Chair?

I don’t know what year my chair was inexplicably moved or even the decade for certain.  It was probably in the 1980s.  Although it’s part of my distant past, the memory is as vivid as yesterday’s sunset.  Or maybe I’m … Continue reading

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