Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Cross Makes All the Difference, 2018

A while ago, I read the sentence, “The cross makes all the difference,” and thought that sounded like a great theme for a souletosoul blog.  (It’s also similar to the title of a Bill and Gloria Gaither song.)  But the … Continue reading

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Things Are Seldom What They Seem

The title is a song from the Gilbert and Sullivan musical, HMS Pinafore, where the Captain is mulling over in his mind what is really going on aboard ship. About ten years ago, one of my churches gave me a variegated … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day 2018

I posted this blog last year, but it bears repeating, especially since my sister found out how much of our family descends from Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England.  If you read it then, you probably have forgotten the details anyway. … Continue reading

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Sledding on the Street

Recent weather forecasts have shown that winter is not over for much of the United States.  So I still have time to share another winter memory from childhood.  As I stated in a previous blog, we lived in the city … Continue reading

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Rest in Peace, Billy

Almost everyone has some sort of Billy Graham story.  Some are positive and some are negative, but at some level, most of us have some memory of this unique individual.  He was human and had his flaws, yet his impact … Continue reading

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