When a person is down and out, feeling sorry for himself or herself, and wondering if life is worth living after all, it’s a grace to meet others who are in a similar situation but have a completely different response to it.
I cannot pretend that I have a huge fan club chomping at the bit to read, report, record, and otherwise recall every word that falls from my mind to my computer to print in Tidelines, but I do receive email messages from folks who are interested in how I got started doing this column.
Zion Hill plans men’s program
Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 2000 Zion Hill Road in Bolivia will host a men’s empowerment program, Men in Black, at 4 p.m. Sunday, July 10. Guest minister will be the Rev. Marcus Gause of Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Supply. Musical services will be rendered by The Johnson Family.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a column that focused on the difference between healing and curing. Hubby Dear gave his approval and stated readers would surely be affected positively.
While I believe the column offered an accurate assessment, it is also likely I was whistling in my personal darkness so I would not be afraid.
I did not want to be drawn into the fearful bleakness that might bring pain in its wake. I did not want to be dragged into the catacombs of medicine where call bells are pushed, promises are made and waiting for results is inevitable.