May 2022

Carrot Stew

“Give us this day our daily bread” (Matthew 6:11, NKJV). The simple child in me never journeyed past the thought this was a request to be fed real food daily, and the food was always provided by God’s good hand. Somehow, I reasoned God worked through my mother who fried the best chicken, pressure-cooked the […]

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Spaghetti Saturday

In the Knight house on Route 2, Pelzer, South Carolina, it was just another spaghetti Saturday. Aunt Nancee obliged this ritual for my cousin, Ben, who simply wanted spaghetti every Saturday for lunch. Farming is hard work and I’m sure spaghetti provides sustenance for the day’s remaining chores and some joy, too. My observation was

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Such A Way

“Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may obtain it” (1 Corinthians 9:24, NKJV). Too often do I read a verse, focus on its common acceptance, and forget to pause and grasp the more replete meaning God

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The More To Life

There’s a quality to taking a road trip. Driving down the road around curves and corners, rolling over a glacis or ambling down some live oak lane toward mysteries unknown, curiosity fills the senses. Driving onward at a striving pace, there always seems to be more to life than where we are. We aim to

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