Monthly Archives: August 2016

Life Flows with Milk

When I was a child our family had two cows at the most and the milk we drank was raw. If you wish to explore how most of the milk in our supermarkets has been treated click here. ¬†According to … Continue reading

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Why Wine, Beer and Buttermilk?

When I was a young pastor in the multicultural community of Tampa I felt it was sometimes appropriate for me to drink a little wine, not simply for the stomach’s sake as St. Paul advised Timothy, but to be sociable. … Continue reading

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Generosity all around

Leaving the wonders of the Southwest behind, Greencroft welcomed me. ¬†I discovered that the attendants had cleaned my “castle,” and locked its doors. My Joyce had watered my small container flowers placed among the memory stones on my small patio. … Continue reading

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