When I was young, my mom would often send my sister Arlene and me out with our little red wagon to pick up loaves of day-old bread at the bakery downtown. It was a mile each way, and I suppose the trip took us an … read more.
Category: Minister’s Message
I never really knew winter until I moved to Wisconsin. The first year I was here I remember thinking, Gee, it sure gets cold here. Then someone told me gently that we had just had a mild winter.
They were right. The next year we had … read more.
When you receive this Northliner it will probably be Christmas. I’m not sure how many of you will be reading this today, but in case any of you are, I wrote this little column in advance–for your perusal. (Or not.)
Years ago, there was a church in … read more.
For your holiday-reading pleasure, here are a few “Letters to Santa” that children have actually written–and which probably reveal more than the children intended:
Dear Santa, Please give me a doll this year. I would like her to eat, walk, do my homework, and help … read more.
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All right, I’ll say it: I love the time of the year between October 31 and January 1. There’s Halloween, with its costumes and let’s-pretend; Day of the Dead, with its remembrance of those who have gone before us; Thanksgiving, with its festive meal and … read more.
Rapture and Revelations: