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Go Dog, Go!

Go Dog, Go! I was surely just 5 or 6 years old. We lived in Seabrook on the property my dad managed for Champion Paper Company, an employee’s only park. 140 acres of fun! Mom subscribed to a mail order early reader service and every so often we would get a few Beginner Readers in…

Stop, Look and Listen

Stop, Look and Listen! I remember… and you probably do also. Way back when. We were being taught how to survive crossing dangerous intersections! Well, maybe “survive” is a little strong, but as a kid, I remember someone teaching these important words to share how we need to exercise caution at every stop sign and crossroad. Not…

Let Your Blood Flow

Let Your Blood Flow Back in the olden days, and I mean really way, way back, a barber pole represented multiple disciplines. My research points to the surgical role a “barber” played. Blood-letting by opening a vein and letting bad blood out so new blood would take its place. Leeches were used to suck out…

James L Kilgore

James L Kilgore A perfect man? Perhaps not. A man who loved God? Definitely. A son of a preacher. A pastor of a great church. A leader of ministers. A pastor of my younger life, James L. Kilgore, passed away early this morning, February 5, 2014. From his son, Pastor Jim Kilgore: These are the…