An article written by my father, the Rev. C. Thomas Paige, as it appeared in the Tri-State Defender on the date shown. Now let us take another look at this matter of "Facing up to Life." I wonder if when the Master said "Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted," he had … Continue reading The Pulpit Speaks: July 14, 1956
Hope you and yours have a wonderful day! And if you need some help on what to do for that special someone, check this out.
An article written by my father, the Rev. C. Thomas Paige, as it appeared in the Tri-State Defender on the date shown. Some people think it pays them well...To put on business airs... And play up their importance in... The handling of affairs... Their secretaries bolt their doors... And make their callers wait... And if … Continue reading The Pulpit Speaks: September 28, 1957
I have no idea whether either of these things work, since I've been under with both for the last few days. DayQuil kept me functioning enough Friday & Saturday for client appointments and NyQuil every three hours the past three nights allowed me to get some rest. My fever finally broke sometime early this morning. … Continue reading Feed a cold, starve a fever
No need to stay with the New Blogger any more. WordPress.com now allows importing of your blog here. Come on in! The water's warm 😉
An article written by my father, the Rev. C. Thomas Paige, as it appeared in the Tri-State Defender on the date shown. Goliath goes down in history as a big man. His size had instilled in the hearts of many a sense of fear. The size of Goliath was the "talk of the town." Then … Continue reading The Pulpit Speaks: May 17, 1958
Happy birthday, little brother! Rest in peace. You were loved and you are missed.
FYI - it appears that Akismet, which grabs posts that it thinks are spam, is being a little aggressive today. So if you post and don't see it come up right away, it's probably been grabbed. I generally take a look at the posts in the spam filter quite regularly but given this, I'll be … Continue reading Spam filter going wacky
"It is an investment," says Andre Scott, a real estate agent who is selling this 77-square-foot apartment in central London for $335,000. Photo: Lefteris Pitarakis/The Associated Press Talk about expensive real estate! And the studio has no electricity or heating. Back in my college days, a friend of mine lived in an apartment in the … Continue reading Would you pay $335,000 for this?
Kudos to the fine people here at WordPress. The free blogs are just getting better and better. They just rolled out a new audio player, which works for mp3s anywhere on the net. Here's what it looks like (Kaine speech): If you buy the space upgrade ($20 for 1 gig, $50 for 5 gig or … Continue reading Another new Word Press feature: audio!