Thursday, May 30, 2013
Summer jobs are important for lots of reasons.
For the young people, first and foremost, they need and like the money. It might even be their first opportunity to land a paycheck.
But perhaps even more important, which they might not realize just yet, is the work itself – a learning experience in so many different ways.
Close to Nowhere
Animals are family
My youngest brother Danny, who recently moved to a new apartment in Memphis, Tenn., was bitten by a dog last week. The worst part, for him, was that his dog Maggie was also injured.
Danny has been in bad health for several years now and being single again and having no children could have made him feel somewhat lonely.
The Preacher’s Corner
Remember when doctors made house calls?
I saw one of those movable letter signs in front of a country church that proclaimed, “Jesus Still Makes House Calls.” I assumed it was in compliment of the fact that Jesus did indeed heal people in their homes and that physicians today, in the main, do not.
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