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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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TOUGH AND TENDER – Fathers

  “I won,” said Papa Sammy.  Six-year-old Pete sat sad faced. Not only had he lost but he lost by 28 Uno cards!  He quietly and thoughtfully said, “Can I call my Dad?”  Call his Dad!  Pete lost the game … Continue reading

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LET’S HEAR IT FOR ALEX

THIS IS NOT A POST FOR MEN!  This is a post for women mostly younger than I.  (Who is not?)  My generation started the “women in the work force” movement – the time for women to be free – whoopee! … Continue reading

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REAL MEN DON’T EAT QUICHE, THEY SAY.

OH, DON’T THEY? Does that mean they don’t have a cultured side? Does that mean they don’t have a “feminine” side – they can’t be emotional, loving, tender, caring, forgiving, unselfish, patient, give themselves to the service of others? Perhaps … Continue reading

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