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Category Archives: Youth
On his website, my friend Malcolm Woody recently wrote a devotional series entitled “Grace Notes.” Each devotion launched off from a Christian song (either a classic hymn or a contemporary song) to offer some insights into the subject of God’s … Continue reading
Football season is still going strong in the college and professional ranks, but it’s been over for some time now for my son Royce’s 5th/6th grade team. Since he played center, I helped out a little bit coaching our linemen. … Continue reading
The picture I’ve chosen to go along with today’s post depicts Robert Raikes out in the streets of England doing the work that was so near and dear to his heart. Raikes, in case you don’t know, was the … Continue reading
Rejoice, O young man, in your youth, and let your heart cheer you in the days of your youth… (Ecclesiastes 11:9) Today is one of those hot, sultry, late July days. The temperatures are in the 80s, and there is … Continue reading