“As I opened my father’s closet door, I was greeted with his smell.”
Are we pushing back on lostness in America? I think we know the answer is no.
Paul Harvey Aurandt was born on September 4, 1918 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Twenty-five years later, the surname was dropped for professional reasons as his star rose in the world of radio. Tragedy struck early as three-year-old Paul lost his father while he was in the line of duty as a Tulsa policeman. The burglar’s bullet […]
By John Bryan The call of God. To some it is a mystery; to others, a mandate. Native Georgians, David Miller and his wife, Glynis, heard God’s call to mission service early in their lives. When David left his home in Adrian and met his girlfriend from Macon, it was a set-up. Match-makers had been […]
Ethel Waters came into this world unwanted and unloved. Of her early childhood, Ethel said, “No one raised me; I just ran wild. I never was a child. I never was cuddled, or liked, or understood by my family.” Her young mother had been raped at knife point by a family acquaintance. At the age […]