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God is in It All

ShepherdCalls_WPDr. Sydnor Stealy was president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary when I attended there in the late fifties and early sixties. The Seminary conducted chapel every day; and while it was not required, it was expected. Dr. Stealy brought the message every Tuesday. His duties as seminary president kept him so busy he seldom had time to polish his sermons. He referred to them as his “unbaled hay” and warned

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Remember When People Talked?

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

PooseyDigest_WPAll I wanted to do was visit. Two old classmates were back in town for a wedding and we’d not seen each other in years. Since I was the local gal they asked me to pick out a restaurant and a time, then we’d meet for a long-awaited catch-up session. Things like this are always a bit scary as you wonder which of

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Just Tryin’ to Stay Healthy

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

PooseyDigest_WPNo one in our fourth-grade class wanted to sit by Willa Reeder. Her mama came directly from Kentucky and hardly a week passed without us hearing some strange tales of Mrs. Reeder’s strange habits and incantations. But the worst of the lady’s ministrations was when she’d send her children to school in the winter with garlic tied around their necks. Mrs. Reeder claimed

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Good Thinking: Imago Dei

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Ever wondered how everything began? How did the solar system begin? Why is Earth the only planet capable of sustaining life? Why are people afraid of snakes? Why do women have so much pain in child-birth? How did sin & evil & death originate? We humans have tried to answer these questions for centuries. Our answers come, however, out of an extremely limited lifespan; therefore, our

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Coming After Christ

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Disciples follow their masters. Coming after a master certainly means following in his footsteps, learning what he has learned, experiencing the good, the bad, and the ugly that he has experienced.

Jesus fully expected that His disciples would come after Him. Matthew 16, Mark 8, and Luke 9 each record a lengthy statement from Jesus which deals with the disciples following Him. I want to deal

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Earth’s Glory

“The earth is the Lord’s and all its fullness, the world and those that dwell therein.” (Psalm 24:1) With those words in mind and believing that God can speak to us through creation, I took a two-mile walk. .The sun was shining vibrantly, warming me and the earth. On the other hand, the wind was blowing briskly, invigorating my steps and reminding me that creation has variety.

ShepherdCalls_WPThe most abundant

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Letter to the Editor: Hometown Pride

Dear Editor:

My husband and I were born in the Gallatin area, and graduated from Jameson High School.

It is with pride that we read about the many projects a small number of people accomplish. The areas are blessed to have so many people who give of their time, money, and physical labor to help others.

Charles and Carolyn (Smith) Becker

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Blessed Departure

by Pastor Steve Ellison

We often get the idea that the disciples and other first century Jews had a great advantage over us today; they got to walk and talk with Jesus while He was here on earth in the flesh. However, Jesus contradicts that thought in the great final teaching discourse He delivered to the disciples on the night before His crucifixion. Jesus plainly taught His disciples that they

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Good Thinking: In Bleak Mid-Winter

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“In the bleak mid-winter frosty wind made moan;

Earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone.” — Christina Rossetti

Winter is a tough time! Temperatures plunge. Thermometers range from 32 to 0 degrees. The wind-chill freezes us to the bone. The good earth is frozen hard as concrete. Water turns to ice. The sun hides its face. Clouds cover the sky. Our days are short.

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