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Every time we have a wedding here at St. Andrew’s, I admonish those in the wedding party to make a special effort to be ready on the day of the ceremony. I plead with them to arrive early and be dressed and ready to go. Sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn’t. One bride […]
We love to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. We celebrate notable events or discoveries in history. We celebrate the birthdays of people who made a difference in the world, such as Presidents Washington and Lincoln, and civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. And, speaking of the man whose birthday we celebrate every January, this year […]
A man was on vacation in Mexico and was strolling along outside his hotel in Acapulco. He heard a woman screaming as she knelt in front of a small child. The man understood enough Spanish to realize that the boy had swallowed a coin. Seizing the child by the heels, the man held him up […]
Communication is the stuff of life and relationships. But, as we all know, it is no easy thing. It’s hard enough communicating with your parents, children, siblings, and friends. But just try communicating with your cat or spouse. How often do they stare back at you like you’re some phantom menace, an intergalactic space invader […]
Bertrand Russell once said, “It is preoccupation with possession, more than anything else, that prevents men from living freely and nobly.” Since Russell was an atheist, I’m very careful how and when to express agreement with his philosophy of life. But this is one area where I’m tempted to say the same thing when it […]