Tattered Wings

I recall a summer like this circa 1985 or so. High temperatures everyday. No rain, no summer breeze. Just hot, sticky. Back then I was one of the owners of Odd’s Bodkin, a Jean store and video rental outlet. Everyday after work, we could hardly wait to lock up for …

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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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Mom’s Day

“Honor your father and your mother”, which is the first commandment with promise; “that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth.” Ephesians 6:23 As we celebrated Mother’s Day, the immediate image that came to my mind was that of my own mother. To …

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BEYOND THE VALLEY (Excerpt-Dave Branon)

Heaven is getting crowded, it seems. Crowded with too many people I know. My sister, my dad, my mother, my niece, my wife’s parents. My daughter. And dozens of others I have known or know about … the more we see our loved ones depart this world, the more we …

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