Thursday, January 25, 2007
Winning goes beyond the scoreboard. It stretches to the players’ actions and attitudes - before, during and after the games. It reaches the coaches and the fans.
By JENNIE JACKSON
I work in Holly Springs for a contractor who is a true Southern gentleman. Our office building sits off a dirt and gravel driveway, on a hundred acres of private property. My boss, Mr. Bobby, and his Birmingham born, Southern belle wife, Mrs. Kathy, own these hundred acres of paradise on earth. Mrs. Kathy truly is as sweet as Tupelo honey.
Everyone who writes hymns has at least one clunker
Last Sunday I gave my congregation two hymns to sing that were not in the first-tier of familiarity. (Those familiar with my services may say that this happens with some frequency!) But as hymns often do with me, these two sparked memories of particular people and occasions in my life. (I associate almost every hymn I sing with the place I learned it, or with people who directed, or played, or sang.)
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