Let them know. I worked in a pie factory from 1972 to 1986. I started washing pots and pans in the afternoon after high school and worked my way up to Vice President of Marketing, learning lots of things about business. I worked all areas of production: purchasing, receiving, pre-mix, mixing, baking, line operations, packaging, … Continue reading Pie Factory
Give them a resolution. I wonder sometimes how I can have so many redundant thoughts. How many times do I have to fall the same way I have fallen before? How many times does God have to tell me if I go His way, it goes a lot easier? I seem to have to often … Continue reading Happy New Year
Give them change. Though we technically have a couple of more weeks of Spring, Monday marked the “real” beginning of Summer. I love Spring – especially the Spring that is now ending. We have had more life, more growth at our house this Spring. The grass is greener and we transplanted perennials from Carey’s old … Continue reading Time for a Change?
Take their control. Last Friday Carey and I went to Knoxville to celebrate our son Nathan’s twenty-eighth birthday and for Carey to go to a wedding shower for Ashley – Nathan’s fiancé. My picture of the weekend was that we would watch the grandkids Wednesday night instead of Thursday night as we normally do. That … Continue reading Is God in Control?
Show them how to die. Last Sunday Carey and I went to Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theater to see the “Totally 80’s, Totally Murder Mystery.” This show was different from the others we have enjoyed at “The Barn” – it had much more audience involvement. Before we went, the website told us the setting for the … Continue reading God’s Love in a Skull
Give them a laugh. Last Saturday Carey and I went to the Nashville Comedy Theater – the improvisational comedy group that performs every first and third Saturday of the month (http://www.nashvillecomedytheater.com/.) We have been before and have always enjoyed the shows. They are clean, funny, and the cast is very talented. But this time something … Continue reading Funny Bone
Pray for them. Carey and I finished reading a compilation of sermons by John G. Lake Monday. Lake (1870-1935) is one of the most renown “faith healers” in history. There are even reports that healings from his ministry were responsible for closing a hospital in his home base of Spokane, Washington. Last Thursday a very … Continue reading Healing?