In the old days, church pastors usually lived in a parsonage next door to the main sanctuary -- an arrangement that generally was viewed as a... Read more
If you attend a church service this Sunday, don't be too surprised if your minister wishes you a happy New Year. It will be the first Sunday in... Read more
It has been a year since The Augusta Chronicle cracked open the door on its Your Faith page, allowing clergy folk to offer a weekly word... Read more
When I was a boy, I would lay my head on my father's belly. It was a rather distinctive belly -- a sort of round thing, more comfortable for a boy... Read more
There's nothing quite like an explosion to get your attention.
A few Saturday evenings back, I was in our church fellowship hall printing... Read more
My church gave me a red dogwood tree last October. It was a beautiful gift -- just amazingly thoughtful, commemorating my first year as pastor.... Read more
My father was a farmer, and I spent much of my boyhood working on the family farm in rural Screven County. I learned how to drive a 2-ton truck... Read more