Thursday, May 9, 2013
Small town on mend
Two years ago I wrote about the destruction in Hackleburg, Ala.
The small town, where I have strong family ties, was basically leveled by an EF5 tornado on April 27, 2011.
April weather, family time
It’s hard to beat April in Mississippi, especially when the azaleas bloom late.
It’s been a rainy year so far, but sooner or later that perfect weekend comes with 68 degrees, crystal blue skies and flowers everywhere.
The Preacher’s Corner
We owe gratitude to Sunday School teachers
Sunday School teachers are the unsung heroes of the Christian faith. Unlike choir members who sing before the congregation or ushers who greet at the door, Sunday School teachers work in out-of-the-way corners, at a time when many church members are still at home reading their newspapers.
Mississippi committed to growth
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