Tag Archives: Grief & Loss

Jim Priddy – A Tribute to A Friend

I began ministering full time back in 1973. Those were the Nixon days. The season of Watergate, John Denver and Welcome Back Kotter. My first futile attempts at ministry took place in the Petunia City and Ronald Reagan hometown of … Continue reading

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Love, Loss and Lasting Lessons

There seems to be a corollary between the capacity to love and the capacity to experience hurt. Anytime we love someone or some thing, we set ourselves up for potential pain of loss. It’s come home for me again in … Continue reading

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Daddy Drove a Studebaker

Daddy drove a Studebaker. It was a Studebaker Lark. It was painted Green. Not Green Bay Packer green, it was more algae green. Painting cars this color green could very well be why Studebaker went out of business. Well….I did … Continue reading

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