FAMILIES OF FAITH: Keeping your faith plugged in, charged
These days many of us travel quite a bit. No longer do children and grandchildren live down the road. At one time, in many of our rural churches worship was a family get together. It is not unusual to hear of how after worship the family went over to grandma’s house for dinner. Those special days are long gone. Today our children and grandchildren frequently live several hours, if not several days, of travel from us. On Sunday morning I usually have a pretty good idea why some of our people are absent. They have travelled to see their kids and celebrate a grandchild’s birthday, watch a play, or cheer at that special ball game.
Read the full column in the Sept. 16 Advance.