Archive for Month: September 2019

From the Pastor’s Study – “The Written Letter Remains”

From the Pastor’s Study (9/8/19) During tax season earlier this year I went to the bank to make a transfer from my savings account to my checking account. I owed the IRS some money, and was arranging to pay it. I know, I could have done this electronically without a […]

From the Pastor’s Study – Prized Possessions

The challenge in sorting through my mother’s possessions after she died was not because her possessions were so numerous. There was, of course, the grief that colored the process. But it was also difficult because mixed among the clothing, dishes, furniture, and a few pieces of gold jewelry, were items […]