Going Deeper on Thanksgiving

by: Larry Davies | November 16, 2018

Thanksgiving is one of the few holidays that hasn’t been overly commercialized yet, unless you count grocery stores. We eat. We visit family. We eat some more. We watch a football game. We eat again. But Thanksgiving Day was originally designed to give us a rare opportunity to slow down and be thankful. Whether for […]

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Elections, Church & Holy Communion

by: Larry Davies | November 10, 2018

As a teenager, Author Annie Dillard questioned the values and faith of her parents. Like most young people Annie wasn’t eager to spend Sunday mornings in church. Often, she was sitting in the front row of the balcony with her friends poking fun of the women in their fancy dresses and the men in their […]

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Wanted, Needed: Peacekeepers

by: Larry Davies | November 2, 2018

Our nation is experiencing more turmoil now than anytime I can remember since the Vietnam War and the Watergate scandal but the last few weeks were especially disheartening, filled with acts of violence and hate crimes. Two people shot down in a grocery store simply because they were black. Letter bombs mailed to leaders in […]

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