Monthly Archives: February 2012

Communion Sunday

The smell of bread. The red hue in the chalice. Communion Sunday. Our church observes Communion Sunday on the first Sunday of the month.  I guess this has become a tradition, one that works out well on the calendar and … Continue reading

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Building a Rubble House begins with a group of volunteers who want to dedicate a week to working, living, laughing, eating, sleeping, praying, and playing in Grand Goave, Haiti. A team from Oakland Baptist Church recently…

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Mark Twain on My Walk

In the spring I have counted one hundred and thirty-six different kinds of weather inside of four and twenty hours. ~Mark Twain I joined what seemed like the rest of Shreveport out on a walk yesterday in the early evening. … Continue reading

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Creaster Keys

These keys have been in our church foyer since Christmas. No one has claimed them, so I’m assuming a Creaster worshiper (Christmas and Easter) had left them. Time will tell.

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Last week, Jack was asked by one of Caddo Middle Magnet School’s counselors, Mrs. Guerrero, to speak at a meeting for parents of prospective students. This event was geared toward private school parents whose children recently…

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Wandering back into Wondering

Jinny and I just finished a writing project (she did 99% of it) and I have had some big projects I’ve been working on that have kept me too busy to do much blogging. I hope to be a little … Continue reading

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When Chick-fil-A owner John Roden of Bossier City, Louisiana, heard Maggie Lee’s story at his church in early October, 2010, he wanted his restaurant take part in Maggie Lee for Good Day.  He shared the story…

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