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THE ANALOGY OF FAITH ON THE PRAIRIE

“All America lies at the end of the wilderness road, and our past is not a dead past, but still lives in us.” T. K. Whipple, … 1,097 more words

Blessing of God’s Cat

A few days ago I was installing new maps I created and designed at an Oratory in a Texas Panhandle cemetery. A cold, brisk wind was blowing and I was doing the job by myself of hanging six maps. 373 more words

Church History

COLOR MY WORLD

Today we take for granted that we can preserve our memories with a series of colorful photographs, but how long have people been able to do that?   955 more words

MY HOME TOWN

I work in a retail store that sells work boots and men’s clothing. Today was the first real cold snap. Yesterday was 80 degrees and the high today was a balmy 37. 350 more words

Tiffany Podz

Grandfather's Vision

My fellow Mythonauts, I have decided to participate in BlogHer’s Blog A Day challenge for the month of November ( BlogHer.com).  Be ready for a daily onslaught of mythic mayhem! 291 more words

Travel And Transportation

How the High Plains Food Bank Makes a Big Impact

The words “food bank” may make you think of a local, neighborhood-focused donation facility. But as the saying goes, “Everything’s bigger in Texas!” This saying definitely applies to the territory covered by the High Plains Food Bank. 366 more words

FoodService News