A Mowhawk Goes Missing

By | July 25th, 2011|Categories: Lutheran Churches, Parenting|Tags: , |

“Jean, could you step out for a minute?” the first grade leader asked. She spoke soberly. “We’ve lost track of Jay.” “What? You’ve – you don’t know where he is? Did you check the bathrooms?” “Yes, we’ve checked all of them,” the group leader said.

A Gift of Love

By | July 18th, 2011|Categories: Inspiration, Parenting|

A Gift of Love by Pam Bostwick Mom, come chase butterflies with me,” my daughter called as the screen door banged behind her. I groaned and picked up another potato. “I’d love to, Robin, if [...]

Friendship Is More Than A Myth

By | June 24th, 2011|Categories: Hope, Interesting History|

As they celebrated the artist’s success and prepared for the second brother to attend school, they realized that his fingers, stiff and twisted from mine work, could no longer execute the delicate strokes of a sensitive artist.

Jesus Is My Home Address

By | June 17th, 2011|Categories: Hope|

“I’ll be fine,” I assured them. But as I watched the taillights of their white Toyota disappear over the aloe-covered hillside, it suddenly hit me: “I am thousands of miles from home, and I don’t know anybody.”

Owney…The World’s Most Traveled Dog

By | June 10th, 2011|Categories: Interesting History|

“Owney: The World’s Most Traveled Dog” by Richard Bauman The scruffy little dog scurried up the ship’s gangplank in the predawn darkness one morning in August 1895. He wasn’t a stowaway. In fact, he was [...]

Superstitions

By | June 3rd, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|

Although most people would agree that superstitions are irrational, most people adhere to a few cherished superstitions.