Sunday Morning Prayer | Labor Day Prayer

Monday, September 6, 2021, Americans celebrate Labor Day. It is a time celebration, commemorating the myriad of contributions and achievements of American workers. The holiday, traditionally celebrated on the first Monday of every September, often features backyard cookouts, carnivals, parades, and fireworks. Labor Day marks the unofficial end of cultural summer, ushering in the beginning … Continue reading Sunday Morning Prayer | Labor Day Prayer

Friday Free-for-All | Remembering Patton

I love exploring history, especially through reading memoirs and studying the influence faith has on people throughout the generations. Over the course of my life, I’ve enjoyed reading biographies of people who made an impact on the lives of those around them. Recently, I began reading “Killing Patton,” written by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. … Continue reading Friday Free-for-All | Remembering Patton

Big River Stories | Walking in Memphis

“Do piranha live in the Mississippi?” Sweet T asked the lady taking our breakfast order. “I’m sure they do the way them bodies keep disappearing!” our waitress quipped. “Welcome to Memphis!” T and I chuckled. We were glad to be visiting the historic city for our first vacation in nearly six years. In recent weeks, … Continue reading Big River Stories | Walking in Memphis