Monthly Archives: May 2018

UNDERSTANDING THE GRIEVING

By DANNY MINTON I recently posted that May 28th would have been our son Scottie’s 45th birthday. It’s been four years since he passed away suddenly. Kathy mentioned to some friends that she wished he was still here. One responded to her that she was being selfish to say that. I’m sure she meant good intentions, but it was very insensitive.

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WHERE IS GOD WHEN WE SUFFER?

By MIKE PATRICK I received an email one night from a couple in California. They had a friend searching for a way to deal with her relative’s severe illness and lack of any improvement. Another relative blamed the sick person’s lack of healing on the family’s lack of faith. This couple had given their friend encouragement and even shared appropriate

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DREAM THE IMPOSSIBLE

By DANNY MINTON Summertime in the 1950’s and 60’s was much different than today. You had your chores to mow the lawn or wash the car, but other than that you would pretty much have a lot of free time on your hands. There were no cell phones, computers or video games (unless you count “Pong” which few people owned),

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