Category Archives: Commitment

In His Time: A Love Story

Fort Worth, Texas was an interesting place in post World War II America. First, it struggled with societal changes wrought by the war. Later, it worked to find a balance between the “Cowtown,” image it cherished, and the reality of … Continue reading

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Wandering into the Thorns?

AnOldSinner suffered from a form of writers’ block a few months ago. I would come up with an idea, write about half of the piece, and lock up. I blamed it on how busy I was with my new studies … Continue reading

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To Lie in Green Pastures

How often have you heard, read or recited the 23rd Psalms?  For most Christians it is a familiar Psalm. In fact, many non-Christians know it as well, at least in part.  “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow … Continue reading

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As a Thief in the Night: in Memory of Michael V. Nowicki

AnOldSinner is sad to report of the passing of Michael V. Nowicki.  Michael was my youngest daughter’s father-in-law, and the other grandpa of her three boys. Mike passed away unexpectedly during the early morning hours of March 20, 2013.  However, … Continue reading

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Don’t Blink

Kenny Chesney does a great version of the song, Don’t Blink. If you’ve never heard it, at least check out the lyrics. It is a poignant commentary about the way life seems to fly by, in the blink of an … Continue reading

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