Category Archives: Community

Strangers.

Well, here is the last of my morality tales for the time being.  I hope you have enjoyed reading them as much as I have enjoyed writing them. This one has special significance to me. It is actually based off … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Was Misunderstood

This story is rather special to me partly because it took a good deal longer to develop than the rest and because I visited an assisted living home the day after I completed it. Understanding what made the Greatest Generation … Continue reading

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The Boy Without a Heart.

I liked the idea of posting my short morality stories on my blog, so I decided to make it a mini-series. Here’s the next one in the series. Hope you enjoy it. Stronghart by J. D. H. Thigpen There once … Continue reading

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Farewell to Wimpy Christianity.

2Tim 1:7 For God has not given us a spirit of timidity, but of power and love and discipline.                                                                                       My walk with God has been a very interesting and frustrating adventure this year. I’ve offended quite a few people, … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished: Three Things I’ve Learned About Getting Things Done

     Have you ever had one of those moments that you got to see the fulfillment of something you had been working hard to accomplish? The sense of triumph in those moments is not to be found anywhere else. Those rare, precious … Continue reading

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Manning Up: Work Harder (Part 2 of 3).

     I find it incredibly ironic that one of the greatest lessons I’ve learned about being a man came from a horse. Boxer, the horse from George Orwell’s Animal Farm presents an exemplary image of the work ethic that every … Continue reading

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Oh The Lessons I Learn From My Students.

The greatness of Play-Doh: by far one of the most important things I’ve learned in college thus far.      As many of you know, I teach 3 classes at High Country Home Educators, the homeschool group I went to from … Continue reading

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