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Category Archives: Dad
When is a penny “just a penny”? Depends, I guess. While we were in the hospital for Sunny’s surgery, part of my daily ritual was to run downstairs to the cafeteria to grab a little breakfast and bring it back … Continue reading
My Dad was a pretty negative guy. When I was growing up, I could never go to my friends’ swimming parties. When I asked why, my Dad would say, “Because you don’t know how to swim.” “How am I supposed … Continue reading
Today I had the opportunity to worship at my “home church”, College Hills in Lebanon, Tennessee. When you’re in full time ministry, there aren’t a lot of opportunities to go back “home” for Sunday service; in my 10+ years of … Continue reading
Today is the 22nd anniversary of my father’s death. I’ve written several tributes to him at my former blog and, honestly, I am finding it difficult to summon up the energy and inclination to write another one. But last night … Continue reading
It’s fitting for me to remember my own father on this Father’s Day. Many of you have heard me share my story, but all I can say is that there is something very therapeutic about remembering. I miss my Dad … Continue reading
I just ran into Cindy Herring, an old Lebanon acquaintance from College Street / Hills. She works for Healing Hands and she’s also heavily involved in the Mission Lazarus work. She was here on some business and she stopped by … Continue reading