My Featured Blogger this week is Leon Aldridge of A Story Worth Telling. Over the years, Leon has been an editor, publisher, photographer, teacher, journalist and newspaper owner. The connecting fiber is in his blog site’s title: Story (I can relate). Like a front-porch philosopher or a latter-day Will Rogers, Leon always has a story to tell, a friendly package wrapped around a bit of worthwhile wisdom. Read on and you’ll see!
“You don’t realize how much you miss human interaction until it is removed from your life.”
—Alessandra Torre, American novelist.
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Sunday morning sermons touch our hearts in unique ways. Some in a manner that the minister delivering the message probably would never guess.
“The little lady walked into the post office and stood in the long line of customers patiently waiting to purchase stamps at the window,” Tim Perkins began his message last Sunday at the Center Church of Christ. He continued the story by relating how the postal clerk who watched the elderly patron repeat this behavior over time decided to offer some helpful advice. “You do know you can purchase your stamps at the machine in the lobby and not have to stand in line, don’t you?”
“Yes,” the lady replied…
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