Many issues have come up recently that I've wanted to write about, but life sort of became paralyzed around March 13 (our daughter's birthday and probably the most life-changing Friday the Thirteenth I have ever experienced (almost the last normal day I remember from this year). I've been treading water ever since, trying to do … Continue reading The Real Social Distancing — Post by Mary C. Findley
The text below was found on Facebook. Sorry that I do not know the source The reports are that the truckers are getting supplies to the stores. People are stocking the shelves all night and letting old people shop first. Carnival Cruise line told Trump “We can match those big Navy Hospital ships with some … Continue reading Encouragement and Edification for Your Stay at Home
James Tissot, "The Sower," Brooklyn Museum. Public Domain. Wikimedia Commons. In Mark Ch 4 is the parable of the sower. Many people focus on Jesus' ministry to sinners and the unclean and say how loving and inclusive He was. They say we mustn't judge people, can't know their hearts, etc. Just as a side note, … Continue reading Understand this Parable or Understand None of Them?
Likely to be the most popular movie of all time, The Avengers doesn't need any hype from me, just as Captain America doesn't think anybody would ask him to join a group of heroes to save the world. He wonders if he isn't a little old fashioned. Phil (paraphrasing, and there will be more about … Continue reading Review of The Avengers