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Love is Kind

Several months ago a professor from my college days passed away.   I never had him for class, but everyone knew him around campus for his smile.   He always had a joyful, cheerful countenance that radiated.   His name was Tommy … Continue reading

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Fifty Years of Marriage

My parents were married on December 6, 1956.   We had a reception for them to honor them to honor them on their 50th wedding anniversary in December, 2006.   I’m so glad we were able to do it because my Dad … Continue reading

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How to Be a Successful Parent

One of the highest hours of my life was at 8:19 p.m., March 29, 1984 at Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia.   It was the birth of my oldest child, Jeremiah David.  Most of the events of that day are deeply … Continue reading

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The Best Teachers

Who is the best teacher you ever had?    There were two special teachers in my training in college that deeply impacted my life, Dr. Wymal Porter and Dr. Bruce Lackey.   They not only had a command of content, but they … Continue reading

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Be Grateful for Your Legacy

We rarely get any measurable snow in Alabama.   But when it does it almost shuts the city down.    My friends that live in the northeastern part of the country laugh at the panic even a couple of inches brings.    Because … Continue reading

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Choosing Your Legacy

I have always loved baseball.     Besides playing in organized leagues my friends and I played in our front yard, the back yard, and in the street.   We used real bats and balls and sometimes we used a wiffle bat and … Continue reading

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A Legacy of Loving People

One benefit of focusing on the heart in training your children is not only a legacy of godliness that lasts, but it will also enable them to get along better with people.   There is an emphasis today on developing “people … Continue reading

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