Archive for the ‘Service’ Category

To The Legions of ‘Forgotten Heroes’ Walking The Church Hallways

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD In the summer of 1980 we were living in Maryland. That summer my parents were able to get a beach house located on the Chesapeake Bay for a few days. My wife and I, with our young son of just over a year, were excited to go and spend a few days […]

The “Stuff” Of Which Eternity Is Made

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD A few years ago we held our annual family Christmas party. The highlight for me was when time was turned over to my now deceased father, then 87, to say a few words. He spoke a few words about my mother, who died in 2002. In his remarks, referring to my mother, […]

When A Hell’s Angel Gives A Widow’s Mite!

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD Years ago when I was an insurance agent,  one of my policyholders would bring me old New York Yankee baseball cards (I’m an avid Yankees fan) every time he came in the office. Others have come in and put down on my desk, old baseball coins, cards, pennants and other baseball memorabilia […]

Simplicity Is The Glory Of Expression!

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD In February of 1974 I  found myself in the midst of the county wrestling championships. The wrestling tournament was always held at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland. Walt Whitman High School was home to an athletic facility that was matched by no other school in the county and possibly by […]

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