Tag Archives: Hospitality

Thoughts on Halloween

There are holidays I enjoy more than Halloween, but it has come to mark a remembrance that even as autumn pulls our thoughts toward the end of life, we have joy in knowing that the end is only a beginning for people of faith. Continue reading

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The Healing of the Broken Rooster

I met Dana Reed when I moved to Jonesborough, Tennessee in 2003.  “Coach,” as they called him, since he had been a coach for more than a generation of young people in the schools of Washington County, Tennessee, was grinning … Continue reading

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A Place at the Table: Learning Hospitality in our Family

I was taught hospitality by my family’s practices. Throughout time people have been given a place to live on our homeplace. One of my favorite stories is that of Uncle “H”.  “H-ie” was Herbert Wesley Ketron, Jr.  He was the … Continue reading

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