Thursday, March 23, 2006
Visit rekindles good friendships
For the first time in more than 20 years, I walked the halls of my high school Thursday.
A rare day off took me home to Hamilton, Ala.
On the road...
Spring break found my two granddaughters and me on the road again.
My niece and her family live in Tyler, Texas and I have decided that I love Texas! It is just a great place to visit.
Budgets would double, new buildings be erected...
Dr. Betty Achtemeier was my preaching professor in seminary. She often remarked that new ministers were distressed because their work was not more exciting. I think we students all had visions of our sermons setting off vast upheavals of new enthusiasm in the first weeks of our ministries. Converts would come streaming down the aisles, missionaries would go forth, budgets would double, new buildings would be erected. All that was lacking was the appearance on the scene of, well, us and our obviously great, spirit-filled talent!
Letters to the Editor
Upon my retirement, I vowed I would not get involved with the political posturing I have observed during my 27 years in this community. However, when a matter, education, so dear and near to my heart continues to be an issue, in this community, I would like to take this opportunity to voice my concerns.
(662) 252-4261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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