The Monday Memo by Glen Pitts

For years the world has enjoyed the success of advancements in many areas. In countless ways we are much better off than our forefathers.  Even I can remember horse-drawn milk delivery wagons, ice boxes to keep food from spoiling and scrub boards to wash clothes.  But – has all our …

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Devil’s Garage Sale

Perhaps you’ve heard about the devil’s garage sale. His tools were on display, priced and labelled. Hatred, murder, lust, anger, and all the rest. At the end of the table was a tool that was more worn than any other. It bore no name, but had the highest price of …

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A MOTHER’S DEVOTION – Ruth Bell Graham

St. Augustine’s devout mother, Monica, taught her young son carefully and prayerfully.  His brilliance concerned her deeply, especially when, as a young man, he cast off his simple faith in Christ for current heresies and a life given over to immorality. Later, Augustine wrote: “I could not distinguish between the …

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