Tag: Legacy

  • An Antique Trunk

    An Antique Trunk

    An Antique Trunk … or something more? What do you have that just shouts “Legacy”? What do you have that connects you to previous generations? There are pieces of furniture in my possession that mean a lot to me. Some date back over a century. My grandfather, Roy, passed away decades ago. One of his […]

  • The Little Walnut

    The Little Walnut

    I was at the top of the world. I was hanging big in my domain, at the top of the highest tree. I wasn’t worried about pesky squirrels or other furry creatures getting to me. I was snuggled comfortably in my outer shell, a blanket of warmth and protection. But my blanket began to crack. […]

  • Old Rocks Church and the Legacy of Suanee Creek – and Me

    Old Rocks Church and the Legacy of Suanee Creek – and Me

    Nestled in the woods in the far corner of Appomattox County is a hidden venue with a legacy that is older than our nation. One has to travel down a half mile fire road of gravel that is blocked off by a simple metal gate. The location is quiet, peaceful, and historic – filled with […]

  • Killing a Legacy

    Don’t miss what you were created for. It grew strong and lasted through many years. It was fruitful and grew to be proud among its peers. It was an evergreen, a pine to be precise. It’s needles lasted in harsh summer and the coldest winters. Where the Tye River meets the James. Unique in its […]

  • Nomads in my Family Tree … Italian Exiles

    I haven’t done the Ancestor.com. I haven’t researched extensively the Estes clan through the centuries. But, I do know a little. From what I know, we trace back to northern Italy where we were pretty well off. (There’s even a library with our name … look here). That’s also why I probably like pasta and […]

  • Messed Up People

    Sunday’s message was summed up in this quote … God uses messed up people, because that is all He has got to work with! Here are the notes from the handout, with blanks filled in … A look at how our extraordinary God works through ordinary people. Life Lessons from the Big Three (Abraham, Isaac […]