Category: Essay

Charleston Church Legacies

I don’t know where to begin. As many have said, there are no words to define the horror I feel at one more tragic event. That Charleston church now houses the souls and spirits of people who were and are loved. They were celebrating… Continue Reading “Charleston Church Legacies”

Memorial Day Remembrance: My Hero

My dad served in WWII. He was in the Navy and part of clean up crews on beaches like Okinawa, where body parts would turn up when bulldozers swept across the sands. I think he was a Seabee, but I’m not sure. Dad didn’t… Continue Reading “Memorial Day Remembrance: My Hero”

A Memoir for Mother’s Day, by Ron Querry

Choctaw Elder Beverly Corbett (1922 – 2011) This week a parcel was delivered that was addressed to my late mother—Beverly (Downer) Querry Corbett. My mother died September 24, 2011 of natural causes in Oklahoma City, a few days before her 89th birthday. Born October… Continue Reading “A Memoir for Mother’s Day, by Ron Querry”

Rejoice and Be Glad

This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it. ~ Psalm 118:24 (NIV) Glory hallelujah! We have every reason to rejoice and be joyful. When we enter each new day with an attitude of optimism life is… Continue Reading “Rejoice and Be Glad”

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