Malicious Meals

At some point in our lives, we have all experienced and/or witnessed meals that were expected to be delicious, but proved to be malicious.  For any number of reasons, these meals digressed from ideal to ordeal.  One of the most malicious meals I ever witnessed was when I was working in restaurant management. The Hoedown […]

Heaven Bound

When launching PRN Pastor, my goal was to make a concerted effort to post a weekly message to my readers. Life, however, often takes us, as it did this past week, on unexpected journeys. Sunday before last, we received the news that the senior member of our former home-church Church family had been promoted, at […]

Subjects Of Blame

I have often said and heard it said: If you a point a finger, there are three pointing back at you. The origin of this snippet of wisdom is believed to be Native American, specifically Navajo.  In referring to a human being, the Navajo people use the word, bílaʼashdlaʼii, which translates to the five-fingered one. […]

Remnants

Donna and I have lived next door to our neighbor, Danielle, since moving into our present home in October 1984.  In a recent conversation with Donna, Danielle told of a pianist who was admitted to the same senior home at which Danielle’s mother, Mary Ruth, was a resident. Since childhood, the pianist had volunteered and […]