A Widow’s Faith

by: Larry Davies | April 22, 2012

I confess: For years, I have been shortsighted. When I read the following story. I think about money.   While Jesus was in the Temple, He watched the rich people dropping their gifts in the collection box. Then a poor widow came by and dropped in two small coins. “I tell you the truth,” Jesus said, […]

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We are all ‘Hokies’

by: Larry Davies | April 16, 2012

At a wedding the couple wrote their own vows. The husband chose an original way to express his love saying, “My anticipation for our marriage is similar to that of Virginia Tech fans eagerly awaiting their football team to enter the stadium. “Enter Sandman” is blaring in the background as the anticipation builds. The music […]

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Knocked Down by a Wall?

by: Larry Davies | April 9, 2012

“We need three strong volunteers,” I said to the congregation for our Sunday children’s message. Hesitantly, (I have a reputation for embarrassing folks.) three men came forward. I placed them side by side and announced: “You are to be a wall. No matter what I say or do, you must not let me through. Do […]

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