Precious Words on Veteran’s Day

November 11, 2014

{The following is a speech given by my Grandfather, Rev. Malcolm Younger, after he returned from serving as a Chaplain in the United States Army. He served in the Pacific. I found the speech recently while unpacking boxes at my Mother’s house. It was written in his fine, clear handwriting on paper that has yellowed […]

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For the Recycle Bin

September 3, 2014

Recycles A handful of things to toss into the blue bin. Coke cans. Empty medicine bottles. A few pieces of cardboard. Nothing sexy to toss out. No big revelation in my trash. Just an ordinary day with ordinary things to recycle. Some days are like that. In my world, today held: That thing where you […]

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A Study in Grace

August 25, 2014

Not too long ago I cleaned out {with his permission}the Rocket Man’s t-shirt drawer. More than a few made their way to a black garbage bag and on to the Goodwill. Shirts that were frayed, stained and well-worn, shirts sporting college logos {Go Dawgs!}, Red Cross Blood Drive slogans {he’s a devoted donor}, automotive references […]

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Sunday Praise: Sweeter than Honey

August 24, 2014

  How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth! ~Psalm 119:103

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August 13, 2014

True story: I cleaned out the bathroom closet I’m talking a purge here. I ruthlessly went through makeup, beauty products, medicine/first aid items, cosmetic bags, costume jewelry and decorative pieces. It was embarrassing. Really. As I went through the stuff, I made a pile for my daughter and another for things that could go for donation […]

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Sunday Praise: There is a River

August 10, 2014

Grace and peace to you today, my friends. ~Mollianne

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