The story of Martha asking Jesus to scold her sister Mary for not helping during Christ’s visit is one of the most familiar in the Bible. Many of us identify with Martha. If you have a houseguest, one makes sure the house is clean and everyone is served. In my EFM class we took a…

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The history of the Apple Logo is fascinating. But you might ask what does it have to do with The Hubbell Pew, other than each day’s post is composed on an iMac. I read recently that our’s is the first generation where many workers work 24/7 courtesy of iPhones and other time-saving devices. The author…

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St. Luke beginning with Chapter 3, Verse 23 traces the genealogy of Jesus all the way back to Adam. I never was quite sure why he bothered given the gap in direct lineage if you believe that Mary was a virgin. Since Luke isn’t around to ask, for a long time I simply thought it…

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After I wrote this morning’s post here’s a picture of the Duke Power guy trying to restore power to the neighborhood right outside my window. Crepe Myrtle lost a few limbs, but for now power is back on. Fun to watch how he did it, but better him than I. Power’s back on and all’s…

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I wish all my readers could look out the window of my writer’s nook at this moment. The Crepe Myrtle outside my window is covered in heavy white snow and its white everywhere as the first snow of the season covers everything. (The picture above is not from my window, nor does it give it…

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