Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Resurrecting Gratitude in a Narcissistic Nation

Sometimes a simple facial expression can be like applying a giant, luminescent highlighter to a simple comment. I saw that illustrated by one of our grandchildren one Halloween evening years ago. For some reason, the start of his own Halloween … Continue reading

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The “Heart” of Thanksgiving

It’s time to join the millions of Americans engaging in another annual reflection on things we’re thankful for, and this year I find myself feeling grateful for things I haven’t thought about before. That’s not to say that I am … Continue reading

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Paving the Way to Thanksgiving

Living examples have always been one of God’s favorite mechanisms for getting a point across, and stories that depict those living examples tend to stick in our heads and get told and retold over the years. One of those simple … Continue reading

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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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