Thursday, May 3, 2007
Death often comes early
Sunday’s sermon was short but brought a strong message.
And I came home with $
Jane and I arrived home from Paducah, Kentucky about midnight or so Saturday.
We should have been home about 9:30 p.m. or so.
Yes, we got lost. As a matter of fact, we got lost going from my sister’s house in Aniston, Mo. to Paducah once. And yes, my sister laughed at us. Well, maybe with us. Enough on getting lost!
“Housekeeping” the pews is often ‘centering’
The current movement toward “spirituality” in the churches emphasizes various activities such as “journaling,” “walking a labyrinth,” various prayer rituals, songs, prayers set repetitively, and so forth as ways of channeling our thoughts toward God. One of the terms you often hear is “centering prayer.”
Letters to the Editor
Response to column:
I always read all of the columns in The South Reporter and usually enjoy them all. Once in a while I see something that cries out for rebuttal, usually in Sid Salter’s column. This time, however, that column was a fountain of wisdom stating that passing a passel of new laws will not protect citizens from madmen. This time I must take unaccustomed exception with Gale Denley and his repetition of CBS’s populist cheap-shot at the pharmaceutical industry.
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