Honoring Her Children’s Father

One of the booths at the WOW festival at Tennessee Tech on Saturday showcased the Eastern European country of Lithuania. By the end of the 1300s, Lithuania was the largest country in Europe. It lost its independence in 1795; regained it after World War I; was annexed by Russia and became part of the U.S.S.R. in […]

WOW! A Peaceful Saturday

On Saturday Ray and I met our daughter Mary Evelyn and her family at the 19th annual Window on the World (WOW) festival at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville. We enjoyed international food, entertainment, the many booths set up by various international student organizations, and running into people we know. Our family arrived just in […]

The Powerful Teaching Tool of Singing

My first memory of singing was in church, the little country church where at least four generations of my Daddy’s family has been laid to rest. There in the midst of the creaking, wooden, individual theater-style seats and in my basement Sunday School classroom, we sang songs of faith that still comfort my heart. Before […]