Tag Archives: parents

Alone no more

Mary and Joseph mess up. Their only child, and they lose him. (read Luke 2:41-52) Aren’t parents supposed to know where their kids are, at all times? Now, of course, this stuff happens all the time to the best of … Continue reading

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No life insurance

It’s like the spirited game parents play with their young children. I remember years ago when the kids were still in diapers tossing our little ones up into the air, and then catching them on their way down. What makes … Continue reading

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Bread for all

After the old doctor died, his sons emptied the house in order to sell it. In the living room on the shelf above the fireplace they found a box with a slice of bread in it. It was dried up … Continue reading

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