Category Archives: Thanksgiving

Paying Thanksgiving Forward

Sometimes you come across a neat story that ought to be shared.  I know it’s after Thanksgiving, but this little account has value that might sustain it in spite of a late arrival.  It’s a first-hand account shared with me … Continue reading

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Stuffed with More than Just Turkey

I’ll get to some good stuff in a minute, so just hang with me, because I need to vent a little bit first. We’re about to celebrate a holiday that was intended to be a mechanism for calling America to … Continue reading

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About that Turkey … You Might Want to Cook It First

I love tapioca pudding. On one of those rare occasions many years ago when I had the run of the house for little while, I found a box of it in my grandmother’s cabinet. I wasn’t looking for it, but … Continue reading

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Drill, Baby, Drill?

Irony and paradox fill our news sources this Thanksgiving week. Our TVs, computer screens, newspapers, and many of our personal conversations are consumed with elements of it. In Ferguson, MO, individual violence and anarchy have begotten mass violence and anarchy, … Continue reading

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Cornering Hospitality

I embarked on my first serious mission from God when I was about four.  The adults in our house were talking about Christmas—a riveting subject for a four-year-old in almost any context.  I heard my grandpa (Pa) clearly remark that … Continue reading

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