Category Archives: Special People

St. Patrick’s Day, 2017

Growing up Protestant, we did not know much about St. Patrick.  All we knew was that in elementary school you were supposed to wear some green on St. Patty’s Day or you would get pinched.  But there is so much … Continue reading

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Chris Hall

When we started attending the church we go to now, we quickly encountered the man in the motorized wheelchair. The guest (visitor) parking was adjacent to the handicapped parking and one of the first Sundays we were at Monte Sano … Continue reading

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Farewell Robert Schuller

It did not make much of a splash in the national news, but the Christian church lost a bright light this past week. The death or Dr. Robert Schuller would have made more news if he had been involved in … Continue reading

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In Memory

In the first chapter of Exodus, verse 8, it says,  “Then a new king, to whom Joseph meant nothing, came to power in Egypt.”  This took several generations, but today it may happen in a much shorter time.  We move … Continue reading

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St. Patrick

Growing up Protestant, we did not know much about St. Patrick.  All we knew was that in elementary school you were supposed to wear some green on St. Patty’s Day or you would get pinched.  But there is so much … Continue reading

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Ordinary/Extraordinary People

This week I want to share another column that was scheduled to appear in the Huntsville Times, but never made it. Jan was born with Down syndrome, which is ironic since she was one of the most upbeat, positive people … Continue reading

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