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FMM 2 01 13 ‘You in your small corner,’

FMM 2 1 13 ‘You in your small corner’ Seventy one years ago today, a man in his early thirties made a promise that has been repeated over and over again since that Sunday in Salem Congregational Church: “Tomorrow, by God’s grace, I will light a candle in Chapelton, whose flame will never be put […]

FMM 1 25 13 “Lively up yourself!” Bob Marley

FMM 1 25 13 “Lively up yourself” Bob Marley   Is there anything as unattractive as a slouch? Someone who walks with no energy, arms folded or hands in pockets, looking as if they would rather be anywhere than where they are? It has always made me crazy to see people who approach their job […]

FMM 11 20 12 Sun rise, Moon set

They say you can never go home again. That the past is gone, and if you hope to recapture it by visiting the places of your childhood you will be disappointed. I am not so sure about that. Yesterday I was blessed to be able to visit once more the town (or is it a […]

FMM 9/7/12 “The greatest of these is Love”

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.               […]

FMM: Quality over Quantity

“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.” ― Henry Ford   What is it that drives people to do their best? The world today seems to be spinning faster and faster. We pack more activities into every day. Yet there are some people who never take short cuts, who hear the voices in […]

FMM 7 27 12: To be a Pilgrim

Good Friday Morning Family! This morning I am blessed to be writing this message from the beautiful island of Jamaica, listening to the early morning calls of the birds up in the mountains. It seems only fitting that I borrow some of my father’s words (the Rev. Pearce Jones, for any readers who may not […]