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Oh Juneteenth! Part 1

This weekend we had many visitors to the Washington Waterfront Underground Railroad Museum from several countries who wanted ...

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My memories of Nancy Lilley

Nan Hyman called me last week to tell me her mother passed away. Her mother was Nancy Revels ...

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Write Again…We remember Sadie Hawkins

There are those of us, it would seem, who carry a sizable satchel of myriad memories. Maybe that ...

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Doing our best today

Given what I do as a priest, and adding to that all of things I read, it makes ...

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Where can I plant Hydrangeas, they died at my last house

A great question came in this week that led back to my personal and professional modus operandi, “Right ...

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Old Man River on the Pamlico

We celebrated Washington’s history Saturday with the fifth Pomeroy Foundation marker to honor the heritage of the James ...

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Remembering Ed Farnell

One of the most unforgettable men in my life has to be E. N. Farnell, the principal of ...

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God’s Perfecting Process

There are many scriptures in the Bible that supports the perfecting process of us as true believers and ...

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Write Again…Unsolicited information

Peanut butter. That’s right, peanut butter. Now, what could be more American than peanut butter? You tell me. ...

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The legacy of Vacation Bible School

In my column last week, in a tribute to the ‘church mothers’ who had an instrumental influence on ...

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