Monthly Archives: January 2017

Is America becoming great again…by accident?

In the past 6 months it has become trendy for folks on Facebook to express what a downer it is to see so many political posts clogging up their news feed. Some have been so turned off that they left … Continue reading

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First World Problems!

Why does it seem that people in developing countries trust God and praise Him with more passion than people in the western world? That was the question raised during a recent women’s Bible study on Psalm 33. Asked another way, … Continue reading

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Hillbilly Marriage

Another way the hill people of my family differ from J.D. Vance’s in Hillbilly Elegy is in the area of marriage. J.D. grew up surrounded by instability and tumultuous home life both in his home and the home of his … Continue reading

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Hillbilly Revel!

I recently completed J.D. Vance’s book Hillbilly Elegy.  As I read, I was struck by how sorrowful his story was and how different from my own family’s hillbilly story. I interviewed Granny Lawhorne, the young girl with the bow in … Continue reading

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