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A picture is worth a thousand words. Or so the saying goes. Speculation about the origin of the sentence (or the idea behind it) range from early 20th century advertisers all the way back to Confucius. Wherever its birthplace, most… Continue Reading…

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Returning home to visit North Carolina feeds my soul in important ways. Time spent with family is refreshing. Eating at restaurants unavailable in Hoosier land makes my taste buds dance. On this trip, it was the popcorn shrimp at Dry… Continue Reading…

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“Welcome. I have been waiting for you!” As greetings go, that is much better than something like “Stop, in the name of law,” but they were startling words just the same.

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Remember the days when television stations actually ended their broadcast day? They signed on in the morning and . . .

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Judi and I spent the last 18 months traveling on tours previously canceled due to COVID. It reached the point of being nearly ridiculous. With two years of bookings being pushed back, we were away from home some part of… Continue Reading…

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“I’ll get up with you when I get back.”  Those words were overheard in the airport as a traveler wrapped up a phone call prior to boarding his flight. I was not intentionally eavesdropping on the conversation, but cell phones… Continue Reading…

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My brain, which seems to have a mind of its own, immediately quipped, “I wonder if they’d put me in that category?”

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“This is destined to become a new Quaker classic with its depths of insight on call and discernment.” — Carole Dale Spencer

“… the book is a rare and much needed Quaker-specific how-to manual for embracing our individual calls to ministry …” — Windy Cooler

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