Monthly Archives: April 2011

Casey’s Rubber Plant

Sometimes it’s the one added thing that makes it impossible to bear the load. The thing in itself is not the issue. After all, who would give that much credit to a rubber plant?  But, Casey was dying. At least … Continue reading

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For the Cause

This is a continuation of my conversation with Pastor Pete. I  learned that Pastor Pete plays the guitar and sings, and that Treva, his wife of 5 years, sings duets with him.  I knew that seven years ago his first … Continue reading

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The Weaver’s Skillful Hand

This is a continuation of my conversation with Pastor Pete. As we maintained a steady but comfortable eye contact I asked “What do you know for sure about God?” He repeated thoughtfully, “… about God.” It wasn’t’ the question he … Continue reading

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Something Good About You

by Roselyn Staples I could hardly wait to get there. I had very careful directions along a winding country road…, “when you have gone a mile you will see a school bus sign, turn your left blinker on immediately and … Continue reading

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An Angel Sitting at the End of My Bed

  by J Roesler Granddaddy Romine was a poor Texas farmer.  I don’t remember much about Granddaddy except for old faded family pictures.  He was a tall man with dark, deeply wrinkled skin from the hot Texas sun.  He sported … Continue reading

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