Monthly Archives: December 2014

On my way to seminary . . .

Although I believed that I had clearly heard God’s call on my life when I was 19, I did not begin my seminary training until September, 2005 – when I was 58 years old. The decision to attend seminary was … Continue reading

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Some words of caution . . .

Just a few more thoughts before we move to the substance of the coming discussions. I hope that we might avoid the use of labels during our conversations. It has been my experience that use of labels often hurt and … Continue reading

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Almost a new beginning . . .

This post was started early in the morning on the last Sunday of 2014. This coming Thursday we will celebrate the beginning of the new year – 2015. As we approach this change in the calendar I am being led … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve – praying that all is calm and all is bright . . .

Imagine the gentle voice of Harry Belafonte singing . . . Long time ago in Bethlehem, So the holy bible say, Mary’s boy child, Jesus Christ, Was born on Christmas day. Hark, now hear the angels sing, A new love … Continue reading

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Gratitude for blessings beyond measure . . .

Over the years I have been privileged to be present for musical performances that will always be part of my memory of extraordinary blessings I have received as well as deep gratitude for having enjoyed the opportunity to be a … Continue reading

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A special invitation to everyone . . .

This coming Sunday December 21, 2014 6:00 p.m.   Festival of Christmas Music   St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 14311 Wells Port Dr. at Wells Branch Pkwy. Austin, Texas 78728   A varied concert of sacred and secular music appropriate for … Continue reading

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Fine dining . . .

Every day except Sunday we had Lehr’s – fine food many different ways – never was there anything better than after the game french fries. It is my understanding that Lehr’s is no longer part of the Augusta dining scene. … Continue reading

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