Back to School

It’s back-to-school time! I’m guessing some parents (including me) are delighted, and most kids are disappointed. Kids tend to ask lots of questions before school begins: “Will I be riding the bus?” “Who is my teacher?” “Are the kids nice?” “Do I wear regular clothes or a uniform?” But kids don’t ask questions just about […]

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Most Blessed

Courage is not natural to one’s character. But it can appear when a person is forced to face fears and depend on Christ. My suffering with a disability has cultivated within me courageous character. I am blessed. My struggle with being misunderstood because of my disability has cultivated within me grace and mercy. I am […]

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The Sandbox

I came across this story on the Internet. Rock in the Sandbox Author Unknown A little boy was spending his Saturday morning playing in his sandbox. He had with him his box of cars and trucks, his plastic pail, and a shiny, red plastic shovel. In the process of creating roads and tunnels in the […]

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David M. Montgomery accepted his seminary diploma hearing the thunderous applause from Dave’s family, friends, youth leaders, mentors, and fiancé. The energetic celebration continued when David married his longtime sweetheart, Danica Peterson. Six years to the day of having first met, they married; their desire for children was immediate. But their hopes were shattered when […]

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Miss Hurricane Carla was a flirt. She winked at Galveston, whistled at Palacios, waved at Corpus Christi, waltzed with Port Lavaca, and walked away with Rockport, Aransas Pass, and half of Matagorda Island. Her previous escort warned us that she was a wicked woman . . . but few fishermen believed those rumors that blew […]

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