Let your little light shine, shine, shine Let your little light shine oh my Lord Maybe someone’s down in the valley trying to get home, trying to get home. (trad. gospel) Have you ever noticed that newer cars seem to have brighter headlights?
His rheumy eyes seemed on the verge of imminent discharge—without spark, listless, lacking in spirit—within ill fitting, almost hollow cavities in a tight, hard living face. He stood before me in the partially lit hallway, unkempt, unclean—unloved. Brown skin stretched
By Bob Docter - January says: OK—I’m gonna start over. February says: be kind. I’m small. March says: bye, bye winter and roars a fearless roar. And then, aaahh, April with showers and flowers, invites us in. Welcome. I have lived through multiple Aprils and have
By Bob Docter - December dates fill up fast, all in anticipation of Christmas day, Dec. 25. The calendar reflects the action and shouts “busy” to onlookers. Early activities often become separate from those surrounding Christmas. Social events provide opportunities to discover
By Bob Docter - The Lord certainly asked much of her. She always delivered with courage, commitment, skill, knowledge and excellent tact. She had a personal magnetism that drew people to her. There was an indescribable warmth in her relationships with those
By Bob Docter, Editor-in-Chief - The Western Territory has initiated a vital closing of a serious program gap by beginning to link advanced Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) participants to local corps programs prior to completion. A two-year trial study indicates an
By Rob Docter, Editor-in-Chief - My memories of Harry Sparks are all happy ones. He leaves us with an after-glow of smiles, and memories of experiences shared, of games won and lost while growing the camaraderie of Army musicians. When 13, his mother died. He “finished