Defending Joe

  “Mommy, Mommy,” Kevon cried, running to her.  Alarmed, Inez reached down and picked him up. “What’s the matter, Baby?” she asked. “Grandma said that Daddy’s in Hell because he killed a man.” “Go and tell Auntie Hilda goodbye while I speak to Grandma.”  She put him down and he ran off. Inez turned to… Read More Defending Joe

The Ball

A picture of total calm, she sat there, watching the people enter the ballroom. She had the advantage of facing the entrance.  Demure in her new white dress, her black hair swept back from with several curls framing her face, she received admiring glances from the gentlemen but she was oblivious. Her eyes intermittingly taking… Read More The Ball

Serving

For as long as she could remember she loved inviting strangers to her home for a meal. She lived by these words, “Do not forget to entertain Strangers, for by so doing some have unwittingly entertained Angels.”   As she served them, she shared her faith.  She wanted them to know that there was a… Read More Serving