January 27, 2011
Photo by Vicki Harris
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It's been a whipsaw week for the stock market, and not just Wall Street.
I've been preaching at Tattnall County Camp Meeting this week, just down the road from Manassas, Ga.,
My wife and I spent a few days in the North Georgia mountains last week and enjoyed the rare opportunity of sitting in a pew together at a Sunday morning worship service. Pastors have few occasions to sing from the same hymnal with a spouse.
The New York Times carried a poignant story (Jan. 19) entitled "Last Christians Ponder Leaving a Hometown in Iraq." Written by John Leland and Duraid Adnan it described a town of 10,000 people in the Anbar Province of Iraq, where Muslim and Christian once lived next door to each other and Sunni and Shiite Muslim coexisted.-- Creede Hinshaw, religion columnist