Monthly Archives: July 2014

Non-Verbal Communication

A few weeks ago I posted about my 98 year-old mother and a caregiver in the assisted living home where she lives. I was surprised to hear Alysha tell me Mother had prayed for her, because Mother’s mind doesn’t appear … Continue reading

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Finding Lara

My friend Lara Schiffbauer‘s first book is entitled Finding Meara. Since I finally got to meet last week after several years of online friendship, I thought I’d entitle this blog about that meeting “Finding Lara.” When we planned our vacation … Continue reading

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Fort Worth Tornado

This is the last of a series of posts suggested by a recent pictorial article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram about memorable events which have taken place here. It was about 6:15 or 6:20 on the evening of March 28, … Continue reading

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Salvation

Frequently, non-Christians—as well as some Christians—can be heard to say “I hope I go to heaven when I die,” or words to that effect. It surprises these people when a Christian states firmly that he or she will definitely go … Continue reading

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Fort Worth Hail Storm

Each year during the first weekend in May, an event called Mayfest takes place in Trinity Park in Fort Worth. The event lasts several days and draws large crowds of people. It also frequently draws rain or other bad weather … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace

Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found; was blind but now I see. What Christian hasn’t sung those famous words—probably many, many times? Twas grace that taught … Continue reading

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The Revolving Clock

In 1957 the Continental National Bank of Fort Worth completed its new steel and glass headquarters building. It was the first modern building built in downtown Fort Worth. All the others up to that time looked like they were from … Continue reading

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