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People Don’t Forget What You Are Made Of

This article is a part of a series of award-winning articles shared in celebration of this new website.  This article won a $1000 Award of Outstanding Merit from the Amy Foundation in May of 2006.  I invite you to subscribe to this blog by entering your email address...

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Come More Often Lord

This article is the fourth in a series of award-winning articles in celebration of the release of this new website.  This article won a $1000 Award of Outstanding Merit from the Amy Foundation in May of 2006.  I invite you to subscribe to my blog.  It's easy.  Just to...

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The Greatest Makeover of All

This article won a $1000 Award of Outstanding Merit from the Amy Foundation in May of 2005. The reprinting of this article is a series of award-winning articles written through the years in celebration of the new website. Among the new features is the invitation to...

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Struggling With Boundaries For Your Teenager

This the second in a series of award-winning articles written over the years in celebration of the release of my new website.  This article won a $1000 award of Outstanding Merit from the Amy Foundation in May of 2004. Through twenty-one years of marriage, Jim and...

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Stay Away From the Wall

As I introduce my new website, I am sharing a series of award-winning articles written over the years.  This article won a $1000 Award of Outstanding Merit from the Amy Foundation in May of 2001 and was published in The Moultrie Observer in 2000. “Time Magazine”...

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Releasing 2020

Helen Corbett is one of four CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) residents at Northeast Georgia Medical Center serving hospitals in Gainesville and Braselton.  The others are Dallas Thompson, Donald Retemiah, and Zach Lauersdorf. Under Trey Morrison's supervision, these...

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Your Grief Has Been Shared By Others – All Saints Day

All Saints Sunday November 1, 2020 Today is All Saints Day.  This is a day that we set aside to give God thanks for the people that have gone before us and have lived lives of faith. This is not an easy day because we long to be with those who are no longer physically...

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All Saints Day: To Remember and Give Thanks

All Saints Day: To Remember and Give Thanks November 1, 2020 Today is All Saints Day.  This is a day that we set aside to give God thanks for the people that have gone before us and have lived lives of faith. This is not an easy day because we long to be with those...

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Note to Self

The Christian church celebrated the breath of God on Pentecost Sunday (May 31), while our nationbegan to grieve and pour out its anger over George Floyd’s death, a man who was refused his breath until he died. We must not lose sight, because of the violence and...

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Generosity is Often a Team Effort

A 10-year-old boy from Liberia entered Mass General Hospital in Boston just before the COVID-19 pandemic. He was diagnosed with fibrous dysplasia, an uncommon bone disorder in which scar-like (fibrous) tissue develops in place of normal bone. This massive tissue had...

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Do Hummingbirds Worry?

I had a conversation with a bird last week. I'm not Dr. Dolittle, although my wife calls me that sometimes when it comes to doing housework. I asked, "Mr. Bird, why are you singing so much?" He said, "It's springtime, don't you know?" I said, "Yes, but people are...

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Lent Reminds Us to Seize the Moment

Signs of spring are slowly arriving.  The buttercups are opening up.  The rose bushes are covering their thorny stems with new leaves.  Trees will soon begin to bud and pollen will begin to fall. Robins will arrive. It will not be long before hummingbirds make their...

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