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A Mother’s Comfort

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It must have been in one of the special Sunday cartoon strips that I saw it—because otherwise Bil Keane’s Family Circus cartoons were always in circles. I remember three frames. The first showed Billy (Jeffy?) in tears, running to find his mother. The second frame shows the same boy encountering his dad—tears were gone—“Oh! Hi, Dad.” Read More

“HONOR YOUR MOTHER”

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In the early 20th century a woman from West Virginia named Anna Jarvis began petitioning prominent leaders, including President Woodrow Wilson, to establish a national holiday which honored mothers. By 1914 “Mother’s Day” in America had taken root. Yet it comes as little surprise that less than a decade Read More

“Respect Your Mother” is a very nice sentiment—until it appears on a bumper sticker next to a graphic of planet Earth!

(I don’t mean to suggest we shouldn't appreciate the wonderful gift planet Earth is, but to respect it as my Mother? No way!)

Mothers are God’s instruments to produce Read More