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History Lesson

History Lesson by Dale Reeves Story Pastor This past week my wife Karen and I got to enjoy a week spent traveling down the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway (most of the 469 miles of it!)—AFTER traversing through 105 miles on the Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah National Park. For most of the winding, curvy, mountaintop […]

Bear Country

Bear Country by Virginia Forste “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Except for bears. They will kill you.” That sign was posted in a Gatlinburg, Tennessee, cabin. I wanted to pretend there were not dangerous wild animals wandering near our cabin looking for open trash cans. These aren’t the animatronic Country Bears you find […]

Kaleidoscope of Color

Kaleidoscope of Color by Dale Reeves Story Pastor Cincinnati Enquirer columnist Paul Daugherty wrote a lament in the October 11, 2020, edition of the local paper. He was upset that their family’s three-year-old cat Dylan went outside their house and never returned. “Doc” says in this column that he doesn’t care for the fall season, […]