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Behind DEARLY BELOVED

Marriage strikes hope and terror in the hearts of woman and men. Should I or shouldn’t I? Do I want “happily ever after” or just good enough until something better comes along? Like all human relationships it is constantly changing. … Continue reading

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The Divine Sisters

The spotlight went out again. Donnie and his brothers sat down. The voice overhead boomed. “We are all one united by the Spirit. Celebrate this brotherhood in song. Dearly Beloved proudly welcomes…” A spotlight flashed right, “Faith…” Another left, “Hope…” … Continue reading

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Kumbaya Night

What God is I don’t know and you don’t either. No face, sex, color, except in each other.   What God is I can’t say and you can’t either. One Great Spirit overflowing us in love.   Song by The … Continue reading

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Behind the Book

Marriage strikes hope and terror in the hearts of woman and men. Should I or shouldn’t I? Do I want “happily ever after” or just good enough until something better comes along? Like all human relationships it is constantly changing. … Continue reading

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Book Blurb

DEARLY BELOVED Donnie Lawrence, owner of Eternal Tranquil Chapel, is an over-the-top cliché. His mother moved into his lower Alabama waterfront home and keeps asking, “When are you getting married?” adding “I want grandchildren before I die” and “The patter … Continue reading

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Behind DEARLY BELOVED

Marriage strikes hope and terror in the hearts of woman and men. Should I or shouldn’t I? Do I want “happily ever after” or just good enough until something better comes along? Like all human relationships it is constantly changing. I confess … Continue reading

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