Category Archives: fathers’ day

“THE” MAN

Jesus is the Being who lived, laughed, loved, in the manner with which I can identify.  He also carried the same sorrows which I sometimes carry.  In all those ways, he modeled behavior which was pleasing to his Father. In … Continue reading

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MEN

Men, men, what would I do without them? I am blessed with many good men in my life: Sons, Grand-sons, Brother, Brothers-in-law, Nephews, Pastor, and Friends – And most of all, my husband, Sammy. Without him —- Instead of picking … Continue reading

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NO SUBSTITUTE FOR FATHER GOD

HAVE YOU NOTICED Mark 3:34-35? When Jesus said those who do God’s will “will be my brother, sister, and mother.”  He did not say anyone else would be his father.  No one could take the place of his Father. We … Continue reading

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MEET THOMAS HAYES

This father’s day salute goes to Rev. Thomas Hayes, my father-in-law and spiritual leader for many years of my life. To my blogging friends who did not know him, a bit of an introduction. One of Tom’s daughters, an English … Continue reading

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MY YOUNG FATHERS

Dear Friends, today I am introducing my young fathers to you.                Dan, my grandson, is a step-father to two boys.  For the love of Leeah, he became husband and step-father in one pledge … Continue reading

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ANCESTRAL FATHERS

  I came to be by way of a little hanky panky back in the long ago, by way of the Moores, who are said to be offspring of the Campbells of the infamous traitorous treatment of them toward a … Continue reading

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TAKING CHILD TO JESUS

“Welcome your wandering child back home,” will likely be good advice given from pulpits this Sunday, Father’s Day.  And it is a good one and it is scripture based on the story of the Prodigal Son.  This is tied to … Continue reading

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