SPONGE CAKE

I have many dear friends in Bermuda, my place of birth a few years back.  Among them have been Joel and Jane Madeiros.  Their home has been our home whenever we return.  Jane went “home” to be with the Lord, and I returned for her funeral. At the funeral I mentioned how Jane always preparedContinue reading “SPONGE CAKE”

BEEN TO A FUNERAL RECENTLY?

As a pastor over these many years, the number of funerals conducted has been extensive, and each one has some type of uniqueness to it.  I remember many of them, and recall what people wanted or did not want included.  The hardest was probably those of children; that does not surprise me, because I noticeContinue reading “BEEN TO A FUNERAL RECENTLY?”

A TALL HEADSTONE

And being found in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself and became obedient to the point of death, even the death of the cross. Philippians 2:8 Had you grown up where I did, one prominent headstone in the graveyard of St. Anne’s Church, Southampton, Bermuda would have caught your eye, just as it did mine. That churchyard, likeContinue reading “A TALL HEADSTONE”

WHY WE LOVE PSALM 23

Even the people who shun the likes of Christians are ready to have Psalm 23 read at their funeral. It just seems so “funeralish” to the human ear when it is repeated. In reality its contents cover almost every facet of our lives. It covers our Life, our Death, and Eternity. In that hospital roomContinue reading “WHY WE LOVE PSALM 23”