Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Patron Saint for P.K.s

You never know how those preacher’s kids will turn out, especially when their father is not only a deacon in the church, but a respected judge in the community.  So when at the age of just barely sixteen, a boy … Continue reading

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Ring Around the Rosie

The popular explanation today is that it was all about the Great Plague that struck England in 1665, but that’s probably just an urban myth, the kind we preachers often fall for when searching about for good sermon illustrations. After … Continue reading

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