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A Lesson In Humility

The Keys of the Kingdom by AJ Cronin was published in 1941 and later made into a movie which I have seen and enjoyed. It is a fictional story about a Scottish boy named Francis who is orphaned at a … Continue reading

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Pioneer Puppeteer

The Good Neighbor: The life and work of Fred Rogers by Maxwell King. It would be a lie if I told you I’d been a fan of the Mr. Rogers program. If memory serves me correctly, my children and I … Continue reading

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Amen

The Father Timothy Mitford Series by Jan Karon came to my attention through my Goodreads friend Carol. Not realizing this was a series of novels, in my typical fashion, I began with the second novel. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the second … Continue reading

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Primate Connections

The High Mountains of Portugal by Yann Martel is an unusual novel. I am unsure what to make of it. The novel consists of three interrelated stories. I thought the first two stories were quite bizarre, but the final story was … Continue reading

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Jesus Really Loves the Children

I read Heaven is for Real by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent in an afternoon and hope you will do the same. This beautiful story is written by the Nebraska father of a very seriously ill four-year old son who … Continue reading

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